What is "TAA-compliant products"?
TAA = Trade Agreements Act of 1979.
The top paragraph of the story explain what it is,.......
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Should just have everything made in the USA ;D
All government purchases should be TAA compliant.
no i disagree, i work in a state capitol it is hard enough to buy tech in bulk quantities, AND there are PLENTY of other buying rules that we have to fallow its not like a server dies and we just order a new one, NO it dont work like that i know it sounds good everything being made in the states but guys, face it, we dont even have the tools to retool our old abandoned factory's. in short the TAA is bull and if anything it hinders us as a whole to do world business and foreign trade.
I can see the point of preferring goods that are made in the U.S. that way we are not sending out money overseas. I am betting China is not on the list of countries where goods can be made. I can also see where this creates a situation where we are attempting to separate ourselves from the world economy.
At least the "Spill-Proof" keyboards/mice are reasonably priced.
Think global, buy local.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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