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Almost all of the state's local governments are subject to statutory requirements that govern purchases and other contracts. These requirements have increased in number and complexity over the past twenty-five years; at the same time local governments have also been adopting their own purchasing requirements. Youens provides an overview of these statutory requirements and demonstrates how to reconcile local government policies with them.
Federal and North Carolina state governments are clashing over a decision to block construction of a new outlying landing field (OLF) for US Navy pilots.