Resource Centers Boost Competition for Secret Contracts

January 17, 2012

Restricted websites similar to the Federal Business Opportunities site are boosting competition for sensitive national security procurements, showing that competition is possible in the mysterious world, according to a report.

The National Reconnaissance Office hosts the Acquisition Research Center, which was developed for intelligence community procurements. It limits potential contractors to about 1,200 registered firms that are already cleared to work in a secure environment and have a workforce with security clearances.

"An NRO senior procurement official described this system as a proprietary classified version of FedBizOpps," the Government Accountability Office wrote in a report released Jan. 13. GAO was reviewing competition for Defense Department contracts for national security needs. 

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