The New York Post reports that Costco Wholesale, Inc. is the latest retail chain to be ordered to cease selling products and services made by a local company that was founded in 2012 to supply parts and labor for the United States military.
The order by the Federal Trade Commission comes a day after the U.S. Department of Defense, the Justice Department and the U!
Army signed an agreement that allows the sale of military surplus products and materials to contractors and subcontractors.
The agreement allows for a total of 30,000 pieces of military-grade equipment to be purchased through the Army’s procurement system, according to a Defense Department news release.
The Department of the Army is the lead agency responsible for purchasing military-related goods and services.
The new contract with a local manufacturer of electronic components and parts to supply the Army and other services is part of a multi-year effort by the U!.
S. government to provide the military with more of the products and supplies it needs for its combat and other missions.
Costco Whole Foods Inc. will be able to continue selling its products in the U..
Military Department Store.
Costco said in a statement on Tuesday that it is committed to serving the U S. Military as an independent contractor and to working closely with our contractors.
The company said it has no plans to change its products or services.