Government Contracts: Special Preferences

A soft-bound, one volume publication that focuses on the special preferences associated with government contracts, including small business aids and preferences and domestic procurement preferences.
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For many years, courts, practitioners and government agencies have turned to the insights and analysis contained in Matthew Bender's Government Contracts: Law, Administration, Procedure for both a broad understanding of complex federal procurement issues and a detailed, up to date, analysis of recent legal and regulatory developments in every aspect of the government contracting process. Because it is updated 4 times a year, the 17-volume treatise contains explanations of and discussions concerning the latest developments in every aspect of this varied and complex area of the law. Now the busy practitioner and researcher can reach for the new, soft-bound one volume Government Contracts: Special Preferences, which is focused on the specific elements of the procurement process related to special preferences, including small business aids and preferences and domestic procurement preferences, thus expediting the reader's ability to focus on concerns targeted to his or her specific requirements. This new publication, which is updated annually and gleaned from the larger set, has been carefully crafted by the General Editor of the main treatise to become the version of Government Contracts you can keep at your desk or carry with you as you begin your government contracts law research and analysis. Valuable as a compact standalone resource, the one volume Government Contracts: Special Preferences can also easily be used in tandem with the more comprehensive main treatise to delve deeper into federal procurement law.

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Table of contents

§ 1.10 Introduction
§ 1.20 Review of Reprocurement Contracts
§ 1.30 Procedure
§ 1.40 The Fulford Doctrine
§ 1.50 Mitigation of Damages
§ 1.60 Geographical Limitations on Reprocurement
§ 1.70 Variations
§ 1.80 Requirement of Similarity
§ 1.90 Savings on Reprocurement
§ 1.100 When Liability Becomes Fixed
§ 1.110 Replacement from Government Stocks

§ 2.10 Small Business: Background
§ 2.20 Small Business Act of 1958
§ 2.30 Small Business Administration and Organization
§ 2.40 Regulations Relating to Small Business
§ 2.50 Definitions
§ 2.60 Preferences and Priorities
§ 2.70 Review by Comptroller General
§ 2.80 Small Business Size Standards
§ 2.90 Domination
§ 2.100 Affiliation
§ 2.110 Fair Proportion
§ 2.120 Reasonable Expectation
§ 2.130 Set-Asides—Generally
§ 2.140 Total Set-Asides
§ 2.150 Partial Set-Asides
§ 2.160 Withdrawal or Modification of Set-Asides
§ 2.170 Certificates of Competency
§ 2.180 Self-Certification
§ 2.190 Referral to Small Business Administration
§ 2.200 Nonreferral to Small Business Administration
§ 2.210 Section 8(a) Program
§ 2.220 Subcontracting
§ 2.230 Foreign Concerns and Goods
§ 2.240 Protests and Appeals
§ 2.250 Women-Owned Small Business Concerns
§ 2.260 HUBZones

§ 3.10 Domestic Procurement Preferences-In General
§ 3.20 The Buy American Act
§ 3.30 Definitions Under the Buy American Act
§ 3.40 Coverage of the Buy American Act
§ 3.50 Application of the Buy American Act
§ 3.60 Exceptions to the Buy American Act
§ 3.70 Buy American Act-Construction Contracts
§ 3.80 Definitions Respecting Construction Contracts Under the Buy American Act
§ 3.90 Construction Contracts-Exceptions to the Buy American Act
§ 3.100 Penalties for Violation of the Buy American Act
§ 3.110 International Agreements Modifying the Buy American Act
§ 3.120 Additional Statutory Restrictions
§ 3.121 Special Statute Relating to Purchase of Foreign Food
§ 3.130 Fly America Act
§ 3.140 Buy Indian Act
§ 3.150 Cargo Preference Acts
§ 3.160 State Preferences for Local Contractors