Understanding Government Contract Law
An introduction to the procurement field that spares the reader from the necessity of trudging through dense and complex texts written in hard-to-follow “legalese." Here you will find clear and concise explanations of the legal principles involved in government contract law, written by an authority on the subject. This is a text that instructors have used and enjoyed for ten years, and now it is being updated to include the latest case studies and regulations.

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An introduction to the procurement field that spares the reader from the necessity of trudging through dense and complex texts written in hard-to-follow “legalese." Here you will find clear and concise explanations of the legal principles involved in government contract law, written by an authority on the subject. This is a text that instructors have used and enjoyed for ten years, and now it is being updated to include the latest case studies and regulations.

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Terrence M. O'Connor, LLM, has practiced government contract law for over 35 years. After 15 years as an attorney for the federal government, he entered private practice, focusing on litigation and teaching. He has tried more than 70 criminal jury cases and more than 30 civil/non-jury administrative hearings, including government contract claims before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and various Boards of Contract Appeals. He is the co-author of the Federal Contracting Answer Book and the author of Understanding Government Contract Law. He also writes monthly columns on recent court, GAO, and BCA decisions in the Management Concepts monthly newsletter, Federal Acquisition Report.

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