Contractors Detail Host Of Legal Attacks On Climate Procurement Plan

February 17, 2023
Federal government contractors are detailing a host of legal and technical criticisms of the Biden administration’s proposed requirements for large contractors to disclose various types climate information, even as environmentalists say the plan would save taxpayer funds and protect against climate risks. The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Council’s rule “is unreasonable and counterproductive because it would substantially increase costs for federal contractors (and thus, the government), create a barrier to entry against new entrants into the federal market, disincentivize or...

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