The regulation from the Administration is another roadblock for manufacturers that will create more uncertainty, bureaucracy and inject politics into the contracting process. The growing regulatory burden is already a significant hurdle for those wishing to do business with the government, and this new regulation is a solution in search of a problem. There are already procedures in place to achieve the goals of this regulation without establishing a new federal bureaucracy and manufacturers call on the Administration to rescind this proposed rule.

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  • 09/22/2015
    Manufacturing Matters: Congress and Administration Harming Manufacturing
    My grandfather Harry Timmons left the family farm during the Great Depression to stand in line for six months until he got a job at the local paper manufacturing plant in Chillicothe, Ohio. For the next 35 years, he went in and out of those factory gates and hustled and worked his way into the middle class.

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