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NDAA May Put Defense Contractors In Prison For Counterfeit Parts

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

This content taken from Gregory S. McNeal’s Webapge

Over at Forbes, where I write a column on Law, Policy and National Security, I’ve posted a piece entitled NDAA May Put Defense Contractors In Prison For Counterfeit Parts. ┬áHere is an excerpt:

The NDAA, which was passed earlier this year, shifts the burden to contractors to screen their equipment for counterfeit [...]

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NDAA May Put Defense Contractors In Prison For Counterfeit Parts
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An Analysis of the National Defense Authorization Bill

Friday, July 1st, 2011

The International & National Security Law Practice Group of the Federalist Society has published “An Analysis of the National Defense Authorization Bill” authored by Ben Wittes of The Brookings Institution.    The article describes the detention and Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) provisions in the National Defense Authorization bill, which was passed by the House of Representatives by a 322-96 vote on May 26, how these provisions are different from the provisions in earlier versions of the bill, and where they are likely to generate opposition. House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon introduced the bill in early March and provided updated language for the detention and AUMF sections on May 9.
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