Today is 27 September 2013 , and Congress passed the FY2014 DoD Authorization Act . The FY2014 Appropriations Act has not been passed yet .
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Today is 27 September 2013, and Congress passed the FY2014 DoD Authorization Act. The FY2014 Appropriations Act has not been passed yet. Your installation’s base support

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services contract (for security, recreation activities, vehicle maintenance, janitorial services, and the like) currently held by Doall, Inc. is of utmost concern to Brigadier General Combat. She wonders why we have not exercised Doall’s two options for services beginning 1 October 2013 through 30 September 2014. BG Combat remarks that Mr. Einstein, Director of the U.S. Special Operations Test and Evaluations Command (USSOTEC) has $250,000 of unobligated FY2013 Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) funds available because of delays in one of its programs. Doall provides support services (for operation and maintenance of USSOTEC facilities) directly to USSOTEC under a separate line item in the contract. There were two options in th contract: one for installation services for the base and one for the USSOTEC services. BG Combat wants the FY2014 options exercised and the $250,000 obligated. Which of the following statements is correct based on this scenario?a.FY2013 RDT&E funds may be used to exercise the FY2014 option for the USSOTECservices.b.The FY2014 Appropriations Act actually appropriates funding.c.FY2014 funding is available for obligation before October 1, 2013.d.FY2014 RDT&E funds may be used to fund base installation services.
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