Bill could make sweeping changes to DoD procurement

A bill that would make sweeping changes to non-weapons contracting at the Pentagon is one step closer to becoming law.

By a unanimous vote, The House Armed Services Committee has given its final approval to a bill that supporters hope will make substantive changes in the way DoD buys everything that is not a weapons system.

Federal News Radio’s Max Cacas has more from Capitol Hill.

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