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If a contractor on a government contract buys a component from Japan (say a generator or an HVAC system large component), what are some of the Buy American Act considerations with which the contractor should be familiar?

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Hi Beatriz,

Considerations will be dependent on the exact clauses and regulations that are noted in the contract. The issuing agency may have requirements that are specific to the agency and can involve the CFR and/or the FAR.

If clarifications or interpretations are desired, contact the COR to ensure compliance with any clauses or regulations invoked under the BAA.

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Gerry Caskey  

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Questions relating to all aspects of Federal Government Contracting, Small Business, Prime and Subcontracting issues. Resources and references to aid navigation of CFRS, FARS, DFARS, DOSAR, DTAR, ITAR, UCP 500, etc. Request for Proposal (RFP/RFQ) outlines, writing and submission requirements. CCR Registrations, ORCA compliance and SBA submissions. Consultancy in relationship development and marketing to Federal, Foreign, State and Local Governments, corporate entities.

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25 years as a Prime Contractor with the U.S. Department of Defense, Department of State, FEMA, DHS and additional Federal Agencies. 22 years independent consulting in business intelligence and continuity, program management, proposal development, GSA Schedules and Awards, copyright and trademark administration, international trade.

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Boeing Aerospace, Securitas, Triple Canopy, Raytheon, U.S. Dept. of State, U.S. Army (Europe), CENTCOM, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Department of Homeland Security, FEMA, Virginia and D.C. Air National Guard, Governments of Afghanistan, Australia, Jordan, , New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Republic of China (Taiwan).

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