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What does MATO stand for?

MATO stands for Multiple Award Task Order (US Department of Education)


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Award Notice: Best value construction-indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (idiq) multiple award task order contract (matoc) note: a number of solicitation documents (s) are filed with this award briefcase as there are 10 awards to be made off Contract award dollar amount: $0.
Army Corps of Engineers Middle East District announced today that it has awarded, on behalf of the Transatlantic Division and the Army Corps of Engineers, Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOCs) to 14 firms.
The committee's ranking Republican, Susan Collins of Maine, said the proliferation of multiple award task order contracts "may lead to additional costs for the taxpayer.