This practical volume offers clear and helpful guidance on the laws governing federal contracts. From information on the types of contracts used in government to ways to interpret those contracts, the book covers the basics that every government manager needs to know. Information on complying with ethics requirements in general, and in the solicitation process and contract administration in particular, is especially pertinent. The author also explains the government manageras liability both to the government and to the public. This book covers all the aspects of contract law that every government manager should know to be both effective and in compliance. Contents: How Is Government Contract Law Different? ac The Two Types of Government Lawsuits ac Types of Contracts ac The Government Manageras Role ac Complying with Government Ethics Requirements ac Fighting Fraud ac Liability to the Government and the Public ac Acronyms and AbbreviationsBreaches of an unsolicited proposal and a confidentiality agreement promising to not disclose trade secrets submitted in that ... As long as the claim is in the name ofthe contractor, and the contractor is still a going company, the company hasanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Government Manager’s Guide to Contract Law|
|Author||:||Terrence M. O’Connor|
|Publisher||:||Management Concepts Inc. - 2014-04-01|