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This web catalog contains products that comply with Buy American Act requirements.
The products listed are the most common Applied Tactical Technologies, Inc. products in each category that meet the basic requirements of BAA. The catalog is reviewed and updated on a quarterly basis, to verify that the contents maintain compliance. You will see our BAA Logo on product information pages bearing products which complies with BAA/ARRA.
Please be sure to visit ATT-Tactical.Com for the most current catalog revision.  

A brief description of some of the U.S. Governmental requirements can be found detailed below.  

There are multiple acts & agreements that may apply to a specific project, purchase or supply contract (BAA, TAA, NAFTA, etc.). Please keep in mind that there are many exceptions, exemptions and waivers to most of these requirements. Understanding all the factors that can affect this subject can be very confusing, which is why Applied Tactical Technologies, Inc. has a Government Services team to assist you. We are often able to provide product solutions based on these factors. It is our goal to make it as easy as possible to supply ATT-Tactical products for projects and purchases subject to BAA compliance. Please direct product or project related inquiries by contacting us at

To obtain product certification forms, a request should be submitted to each individual manufacturer. Please provide a detailed list of requested products to the correct site, listed below. You can also e-mail your request to, and your request will be forwarded to the proper location. What is the BAA ? The Buy America Act (BAA) establishes a preference for the purchase of goods originating or manufactured within the US. Under the BAA, end products manufactured in the US whose cost of components grown, mined, produced or manufactured in the US exceeds 50% of the cost of all components constitute “domestic end products” that can be procured under the Act.  Another federal criterion for COTS (commercial off the shelf) items is the extent of manufacturing or assembly that takes place in the U.S.A. There are multiple exceptions and exemptions regarding BAA based on project and/or purchasing specifics.

Please contact our Government Services team if there are any questions at When could BAA apply ? BAA applies to most Federal government agencies, unless specifically stated in the contract that it does not apply. Other regulatory standards such as the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) and the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) can also have an impact on BAA compliance.

What is the ARRA? The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) is an economic stimulus package enacted by Congress in February of 2009. Unlike the Buy American Act of 1933 (BAA), the ARRA does not include a requirement relating to the origin of a product’s components, or a cost of total components test for eligible products. Instead the ARRA prohibits the use of funds appropriated for any project involving the construction, alteration, maintenance, or repair of a public building or public work unless all of the iron, steel and manufactured goods used in the project are produced in the United States (subject to certain exemptions).

The ARRA also requires that this “Buy American” restriction be applied in a manner consistent with the United States’ obligations under international agreements (e.g., the WTO GPA, NAFTA, etc.). Governmental Supply Definitions TAA -Trade Agreements Act establishes an exception to the Buy American Act (BAA) for end products produced or manufactured in the United States, or substantially transformed in the U.S. or designated end country into a new and different article of commerce with a different name, character, or use; distinct from which it was transformed, per Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARS). As with BAA, there are many exceptions to TAA that may apply.

NAFTA - The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a trade agreement in effect between the United States, Canada & Mexico. The NAFTA agreement provides for preferential tariff treatment for “originating” goods traded within the NAFTA region. Products originating in NAFTA countries may be eligible under the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) as an exception to BAA, based on specific dollar thresholds.

Steel Product Procurement Act (SPPA) - More stringent than BAA, the Steel Products Procurement Act (SPPA) is a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania requirement to aid and promote the US steel industry. It gives preference to domestic products for Pennsylvania public works projects/buildings. Any construction project in Pennsylvania that uses state funding is subject to SPPA requirements. If a product contains both foreign and US steel, such product shall be determined to be a US Steel product if at least 75% of the total cost of materials (including steel, rubber, wood, plastic, etc.) have been mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States. Several other states have pending legislation to adopt SPPA requirements. NOTE: The products listed in this catalog are not designated as SPPA compliant.

Domestic End Product – A product that is 1) manufactured in the U.S. and 2) whose cost of components mined, produced or manufactured in the U.S. exceed 50% of the total cost of all components.

FARS (Federal Acquisition Regulations) – A section of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations detailing purchasing / procurement policies for the federal government.

DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations) – A section of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations detailing purchasing / procurement policies for the Department of Defense (DoD). Construction Project – Any federally funded new construction or renovation work involving a General Contractor is generally considered a construction contract. Often, the word “construction” is noted in the contract.

Supplies Project – Any products purchased directly by a federal government entity for retrofit on existing facilities or for inventory purposes is generally considered a “supplies” contract. NOTE: Projects on military installations that are privatized, i.e. MHPI, PAL, and are owned by a private development or management company do not have to meet BAA compliance criteria. Test: if the U.S. government doesn’t own the asset even though it’s on U.S. Govt. property, BAA does not apply.

COTS item (Commercially available Off The Shelf) – Any item, other than real property, that is of a type customarily used by the general public or non-governmental purposes, and that 1) Has been sold, leased or licensed to the general public; or 2) Has been offered for sale, lease or license to the general public. Most Applied Tactical Technologies, Inc. products are considered COTS items.


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