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the trump administration's plan to pressure Chinese telecoms giant qual way is back on track in a letter dated Wednesday the White House is acting budget chief told Congress that is office we will be able to meet a key deadline to implement part of the band targeting hallway the office of management and budget has had two years to roll out the national defense authorization act from the time that was signed by president Donald Trump last year it bars government agencies and contractors from doing business with Wall way as a matter of national security it's one of a number of actions taken by Washington to put the squeeze on the world's largest maker of telecoms gear Washington has accused quality of spying for Beijing and stealing intellectual property but last week the OMB said it was going to need more time to phase in part of the law requiring contractors and third party suppliers to restrict their own use of quality gear acting budget chief Ross Vaught asked Congress for four years saying otherwise there would be a dramatic reduction in the number of contractors able to sell to the US government but on Wednesday Vogt shifted gears in the letter seen by Reuters he said the %HESITATION would be would be able to meet the deadline after all hinting at pressure from Congress the national defense authorization act also bans the government from buying quality equipment directly that bad will take effect this year always says it's not controlled by Beijing and is filed a lawsuit against the US government over the restrictions