Unicor and the United States Government Students’ Name Institutional Affiliation Research Topic: The Pro and Cons of the Procurement relationship between UNICOR and the US Government Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Abstract PAGEREF _Toc494971705 \h 3Introduction PAGEREF _Toc494971706 \h 4History PAGEREF _Toc494971707 \h 5Analysis PAGEREF _Toc494971708 \h 6Mission statement PAGEREF _Toc494971709 \h 7Vision statement PAGEREF _Toc494971710 \h 7Goals PAGEREF _Toc494971711 \h 7Activities PAGEREF _Toc494971712 \h 8Critique PAGEREF _Toc494971713 \h 10Summary PAGEREF _Toc494971714 \h 11References PAGEREF _Toc494971715 \h 12 Abstract The two sole centers of attention are these two institutions which exist together in the same locality. Their operations however differ depending on the reasons for which each was formed and their jurisdictions. The institution referred to as UNICOR is the same as the Federal Prison Industries depending on the time of reference. The two names are used equally and interchangeably. This is an institution that of the UNICOR operations. The advantages of procurement deals with FPI are the constant flow of supplies and the reasonable charges. The contracts are also open on public portals for applications. The FPI is thus effective in transforming lives while also ensuring the production of quality goods and services. The Pros of the operations outweigh the cons. ReferencesJames N. (2011). Federal prison industries. Manuel K. (2010). Competition in federal contracting: An overview of the legal requirements. DIANE Publishing. Pelaez V. (2014). The prison industry in the United States: big business or a new form of slavery?. Global Research 31. Richmond K. M. (2014). The impact of federal prison industries employment on the recidivism outcomes of female inmates. Justice Quarterly 31(4) 719-745. Thompson H. A. (2012 October). The prison industrial complex: A growth industry in a shrinking economy. In New Labor Forum(Vol. 21 No. 3 pp. 39-47). Sage CA: Los Angeles CA: SAGE Publications. [...]
See the attachments, the paper is due on October 11, 2017, APA writing style, 10 pages, 12 font, double spacing. Must include an abstract, table of contents, introduction, analysis and critique, summary and reference page.