Watch these videos regarding Federal Acquisition Process. Link: https://youtu.be/P8f4pduLgzo Link: https://youtu.be/3k1q8-yONFg
After watching these videos. reflect upon the federal acquisition process and then research some aspect of the federal acquisition process.
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