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Federal Contract Management
Copyright 2015, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Ethics in Government Contracting
Editor-in-Chief: Norman A. Steiger
The chapter next explains provisions, laws, and regulations regarding gratuities, bribery, and kickbacks. It then details the provisions of the Procurement Integrity Amendments and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The chapter additionally discusses independent pricing, collusive bidding, contractor teaming agreements, organizational conflicts of interest, and fraud in contract performance. It further addresses the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act, as well as qui tam suits. The chapter also includes related forms, such as defense industry initiatives on business ethics and conduct, a sample contractor compliance program, and a sample ethics guide for government employees.
Federal Contract Management--A Manual for the Contract Professional (Matthew Bender) covers all major aspects of the federal government contracting (procurement) process, from basic concepts to sophisticated strategies, and it supplies abundant practical advice and tips for successful bidding for contracting work with governmental agencies and guidance on managing contract performance. This publication offers practical and in-depth discussions of contract administration, contract methods and types, proposals, negotiation techniques, bids and awards, contract changes, social policy considerations, contract performance, dispute resolution, government remedies, ethical considerations, and homeland security issues. It also includes citations to key administrative and court decisions, statutes, and regulations, as well as various forms and exhibits.
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RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
See Chapter 1 for information on the authority of the government to contract for goods and services.
See Chapter 2 for information on the contract administration function.
See Chapter 6 for information on bids and awards.
See Chapter 15 for information regarding inspection, acceptance, delivery, and warranty.
See Chapter 16 for information on control of performance.
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