Federal Supply Schedule Expansion Will Return As Capitol Hill Issue In 1999
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Legislative proposals to allow non-federal purchasers to have access to Federal Supply Schedule prices are likely to re-emerge in 1999, attorney Deborah Steelman told the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America during its annual meeting May 12.
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