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A Comprehensive and Easy-to-Use Guide to the Federal Procurement Ethics Requirements!
Being a good contractor, one that has earned the respect of the contracting officer, provides important advantages in today's competitive government contract marketplace. The new ethics rules give the contracting officer and the contractor a chance to develop a relationship built on trust and to thereby increase contract effectiveness and profitability. This plain-English guide focuses on exactly what procurement professionals both federal officials and contractor employees need to know to conduct better business practices.
Federal Procurement Ethics: The Complete Legal Guide provides comprehensive, easy-to-understand descriptions of all the ethics rules that procurement professionals in both government and private sector need to follow. Use this complete legal guide as an all-in-one resource to understand and comply with the various components of procurement ethics. Learn how to set up ethics compliance programs, implement the new ethics rules, and much more!
-Learn why simply following the FAR ethics rules does not fully protect a government contractor from criminal sanctions
-Explore the components of a contractor s ethics program
-Understand the new ethics regulations
-Identify ethics rules for getting and administering contracts
-Grasp the federal contractor code of conduct
-Combat fraudulent activities
Plus! Includes actual, relevant cases decided by GAO and the courts.
-The Components of a Contractor's Ethics Program
-Applicability of the New Ethics Regulations
-Ethics Rules for Getting a Contract
-Ethics Rules for Administering Contracts
-Federal Employee Conduct
-Federal Laws about Contractor Conduct
-Fighting Fraud: Common Fraudulent Activities
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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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