Fall 2011, Volume 41, Number 1


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Public Contract Law Journal, the quarterly scholarly publication of the ABA Public Contract Law Section, is committed to the publication articles that present analysis and insight into issues affecting the broad scope of public contract law and procurement at the federal, state, and municipal levels. The Journal stands within the legal community as a focal point for the examination of timely legal issues confronting the public contract community.

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Public Contract Law Journal
Volume 41 Number 1
Fall 2011

Articles

Implied Certification Under the False Claims Act
Michael Holt and Gregory Klass

U.S. Export Controls: Do They Undermine the Competitiveness of U.S. Companies in the Transatlantic Defense Market?
Nadine Tushe

Administrative Contracts Under Saudi Arabian Law
Ayoub M. Al-Jarbou

Competition in the Execution Phase of Public Procurement 
Gabiella M. Racca, Roberto Carvallo Perin, and Gian Luigi Albano

Notes

Exporting U.S. Tax Dollars and Control: Nation-Building and Its Implications for Public Contracting
Parisa J. Manteghi

A New Appeals Board: Providing Consistency and Clarity in the Growing World of Grants and Cooperative Agreementsl
Alissa Marque

Toward a More Agile Government: The Case for Rebooting Federal IT Procurement
Benjamin J. Balter

From iPod to e-Waste: Building a Successful Framework for Extended Producer Responsibility in the United States
Sarah Fehm


In Memoriam

Daniel M. Friedman (1916-2011)



 

 

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