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DescriptionCOVID-19 RESPONSE – OFFICE OF COUNTERTERRORISM AND EMERGING THREATS (OCET) SUPPORT SERVICES TO ANALYZE BARRIERS TO ADOPTING SMART AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES FOR OCETCategoryProgram Evaluation/Review/Development ServicesAgencyFood and Drug AdministrationSignedJuly 07, 2020Amount Committed$478,871
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This data comes from the Federal Procurement Data System, which includes all contracts worth $10,000 or more. We look at all contracts that are tagged with the procurement code for COVID-19 or otherwise started in 2020 and contain “COVID-19” in the description. Department of Defense contracting data is subject to a 90-day delay before it appears in the data.
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