3 Legislative History of the Defense Procurement Improvement Act of 1985: Public Law 99-145: 99 Stat. 583, 682: November 8, 1985 1 (1985)

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                                            G. 18
                                            Vol. 3

         DEFENSE PROCUREMENT IMPROVEMENT ACT
                       OF 1985

        Public Law 99-145   99 Stat. 583, 682

                  November 8, 1985


                        BILLS

99th Congress

14. S. 1160, Amdt. No. 147, proposed by Sen.
     Goldwater, May 17, 1985.

15. S. 1160 as passed the Senate, June 5, 1985.

16. H.R. 1872 as introduced by Rep. Aspin (by
     request) and referred to the House Armed
     Services Committee, Apr. 2, 1985.

17. H.R. 1872 as reported with amendments (H. Rept.
     99-81), May 10, 1985.

18. S. 674 as introduced by Sen. Goldwater (by
     request) and referred to the Senate Armed
     Services Committee, Mar. 18, 1985.

19. S. 742 as introduced by Sen. Quayle and re-
     ferred to the Senate Armed Services Committee,
     Mar. 26, 1985.

20. S. 868 as introduced by Sen. Gramm and referred
     to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Apr. 3,
     1985.

21. S. 940 as introduced by Sen. Roth and referred
     to the Senate Armed Services Committee, Apr. 17,
     1985.

22. S. 1029 an original bill reported from the
     Senate Armed Services Committee and placed on
     the Senate calendar, Apr. 29, 1985.

23. H.R. 1257 as introduced by Rep. Robert F. Smith
     and referred to the House Armed Services Commit-
     tee, Feb. 25, 1985.

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