Winter 2014, Volume 43, Number 2


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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 43 Number 2
Winter 2014

Articles

Effective Construction Claim Resolution: Understanding DCAA
David G. Anderson

Procedural Approaches to Filling Gaps in the Administrative Record in Bid Protests Before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims
David S. Black and Gregory R. Hallmark

Risk Allocation in State Health Care IT Contracting Under the ACA
Daniel P. Graham, Nooree Lee, and Katherine McDonald

The Expansion of Federal Subcontractor Status to Health Care Providers
Constance A. Wilkinson and Selena M. Brady

Notes

CMS Rule Creates Burdensome Version of False Claims Act for Medicare Providers and Suppliers
Andrew T. Maxham

Medicaid Under the Affordable Care Act: Fixing the GAPS Before the Revolution
Jayne Leemon

Improving Efficiency and Overcoming Political Influence in Federally Funded Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services Contracts
Samantha Peters

Procuring Votes: The Hatch Act in the Modern Age of Government Contracting
Christopher H. Bell





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