State and Local Government Procurement
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State and local government procurement has become complex, dynamic, and the constant subject of reform efforts. The goal of government procurement is to meet the user's needs by delivering products or services of the best value while ensuring the highest standards of integrity in order to maintain the public's trust. State and Local Government Procurement offers more than mere citations to state codes and cases; rather, it guides readers through the analysis and reasoning of specific topics and presents a firm analytic foundation for those who need to conduct in-depth research.
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Table of contents
About the Author
Chapter 1 An Overview of Government Contract Law
Chapter 2 An Overview of Fiscal Law
Chapter 3 Competition
Chapter 4 Pre-solicitation Matters
Chapter 5 Contract Formation
Chapter 6 Contractors' Obligations and Requirements
Chapter 7 Special Policies and Provisions
Chapter 8 Evaluation and Award
Chapter 9 Controversies over Solicitations and Contract Awards
Chapter 10 Contract Administration
Chapter 11 Controversies during Contract Performance
Chapter 12 Ethics in Government Contracting
Chapter Table of Cases
Chapter Table of Statutes and Regulations