2 Legislative History of the Armed Forces Procurement Act of 1947, Amendment : P.L. 87-653 : 76 Stat. 528 : September 10, 1962. [i] (1962)

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    ARMED FORCES PROCUREMENT ACT
         OF 1947, AMENDMENT

    P. L. 87-653    76 Stat. 528
         September 10, 1962

               Volume 2



               Hearings
               (Cont'd.)

86th Congress

1.  Senate Committee on Armed Services,
     Subcommittee:  Hearings on S. 500,
     S. 1383, and S. 1875 relating to
     military procurement, July 13, 15,
     21, 24, 28 and 31, 1959.  (No
     further action.)

2.  Senate Armed Services Committee,
     Procurement Subcommittee:  Hearings
     on a study of military procurement
     policies and practices as required
     by P.L. 86-89, Part 1, February 8
     and 9, 1960; Part 2, May 23, 24 and
     31, 1960.

3.  House Committee on Armed Services,
     Special Subcommittee on Procurement
     Practices of the Department of De-
     fense:  Hearings pursuant to Sec. 4,
     P.L. 86-89, April 25, 27, 28, 29;
     May 2 - 5, 31; June 1, 3, 9, 1960.

4.  House Committee on Armed Services,
     Special Subcommittee on Procurement
     Practices:  Hearings on H.R. 12299
     to amend the Armed Services Procure-
     ment Act of 1947, May 31, 1960.
     (No. 67.)  (No further action.)

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