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To provide safe and secure workplaces for overseas posts the department of state state has built 64 new embassy compounds nec and other facilities since 1999 has 31 ongoing projects and plans to build at least 90 more in 2007 state reported the us contractor pool for building necs had reached its limit and proposed legislation to amend the criteria to qualify for nec awardsembassy construction additional actions are needed to address contractor participation highlights of gao 09 48 a report to congressional committees state received at least two bidsthe legislatively specified minimum for adequate competitionfor 60 of the 61 nec projects it awarded from 1999 get this from a library embassy construction additional actions are needed to address contractor participation report to congressional committees united states government accountability officeabstract a letter report issued by the government accountability office with an abstract that begins to provide safe and secure workplaces for overseas posts the department of state state has built 64 new embassy compounds nec and other facilities since 1999 has 31 ongoing projects and plans to build at least 90 morethe report titled embassy construction additional actions are needed to address contractor participation highlights longstanding agc concerns that have led to diminishing contractor participation in the obo program additionally the report examined proposed legal changes in obo prequalification criteria factors that have impacted

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