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Most space programs have a procurement office, similar to NASA's Stennis Space Center Procurement Site, charged with the purchase of certain materials and services that are not economically viable for the government to supply - such as small tools, fuels and chemicals, foodstuffs and toiletries for space flights, computer components and the like. The procurement office will enforce regulations on purchasing, inspect materials, evaluate services, and often has separate branches for awarding contracts to major corporations and another to small businesses. Being a government agency, procedures are in place for budgetary review and regulation in an effort to make the space program affordable.
|Civilization V Ideological Tenets|
|Freedom||Level 1||Avant Garde • Capitalism • Civil Society • Covert Action • Creative Expression • Economic Union • Universal Healthcare|
|Level 2||Arsenal of Democracy • New Deal • Their Finest Hour • Universal Suffrage • Urbanization • Volunteer Army|
|Level 3||Media Culture • Space Procurements • Treaty Organization|
|Order||Level 1||Double Agents • Hero of the People • Patriotic War • Skyscrapers • Socialist Realism • Universal Healthcare • Young Pioneers|
|Level 2||Academy of Sciences • Cultural Revolution • Five-Year Plan • Party Leadership • Resettlement • Workers' Faculties|
|Level 3||Dictatorship of the Proletariat • Iron Curtain • Spaceflight Pioneers|
|Autocracy||Level 1||Elite Forces • Fortified Borders • Futurism • Industrial Espionage • Mobilization • United Front • Universal Healthcare|
|Level 2||Lightning Warfare • Militarism • Nationalism • Police State • Third Alternative • Total War|
|Level 3||Clausewitz's Legacy • Cult of Personality • Gunboat Diplomacy|