U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps' plan for procurement of materials for military services in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:1 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
The United States Army Quartermaster Corps in the United States. Members of the Headquarters Army Service squad and Quartermaster Corps officers seated around a table during a meeting discuss the procurement plan of items for the military services. A signboard over the Quartermaster Headquarters building reads 'Office of the Quartermaster General War Department'. A map of the United States shows locations of procurement offices across the nation where authority is given to field officers for procurement. A field officer with a military personnel signing a contract for a fixed amount for the procurement of materials. A map shows the authority given in the procurement of materials which helps in speedy and efficient procurement. A simplified contract form which is used when the prices are known and when the total purchase does not exceed 500 thousand dollars. A purchasing officer hands over the contract to a staff to be sent to a manufacturer or a dealer. The manufacturer in his office signing the contract. Workers at the Quartermaster Headquarters at work.
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