The Procurement Lawyer

Archived Issues 41:1 through 52:3

Spring 2017 (52:3)

  • Bid Protest Pitfalls: Three Commonly Misused Arguments at GAO
    Cherie Owen
  • State and Local Government Agencies Face Complex Jurisdictional Issues in Contractual Disputes with the Federal Government
    Donald G. Featherstun, Edward V. Arnold, Patty H. Lee & Daniel P. Wierzba
  • In Memoriam: Marilyn Neforas
  • Government Contractors Deal with the Uncertain Shadow of Universal Health Services, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Escobar
    Paul F. Khoury, Ralph J. Caccia & Shane B. Kelly
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Ty Hughes

Winter 2017 (52:2)

  • Beyond Prototyping: 3D Printing in Government Contracts
    Kelsey Wilbanks & Armani Vadiee
  • Navigating the SBA’s All Small Mentor-Protégé Program
    W. Barron A. Avery, Katherine M. John & William B. O'Reilly
  • Isn't More Complicated Better?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • The Black Hole of Debarment: Catch-All Clauses
    Thomas B. Carr
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Ty Hughes

Fall 2016 (52:1)

  • Bid Protests before the Government Accountability Office: Basic Facts and Misconceptions
    James Boland, Scott Hommer, Sharon Larkin, Luke Levasseur & Marcia Madsen
  • No Protest, No Stay, No Dice: Filling the Gap in CICA Created by the GAO’s Bid Protest Regulations
    Nathaniel Canfield & James Boland
  • Applying Section 851 of the 2016 NDAA Government-Wide: A Centralized Commerciality Determination
    Khristine Agnello
  • Prevailing Wages: Walking the Fine Line Between Underpayment and Overpayment Under the Davis-Bacon Act
    Joshua B. Duvall & James E. Rippeon II
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Ty Hughes

Summer 2016 (51:4)

  • Corrective (Action) Lenses: Is 20/20 Hindsight Enough for Agencies when Taking Corrective Action in Response to a Protest?
    Stu Nibeley & Amy M. Conant
  • Has M. Maropakis Carpentry Finally Been Nailed Down?
    Jesse Keene
  • The Use of Mississippi’s Public Records Act in the Procurement Process
    Kaytie Pickett& Adam Stone
  • Why Is It So Great to Be a Judge?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Ty Hughes
  • News from the Chair
    David G. Ehrhart

Spring 2016 (51:3)

  • CISA: Hope for More Cybersecurity, Challenges in Implementation and Interpretation
    Matthew J. Gardner & Moshe B. Broder
  • Viewing the History of Public Contracts Through the Section “Window”: Part 4From the Y2K Crisis to the Recession
    Michael W. Mutek
  • Jurisdictional Challenges Involving the Court of Federal Claims
    Ed DeLisle, Maria Panichelli, Jacqueline Ryan
  • Construction Contract Claims Before the Public Building Commission of Chicago
    Benjamin Johnston & Michael E. Barnicle
  • Why Is This of Interest?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • News from the Chair
    David G. Ehrhart

Winter 2016 (51:2)

  • Square Peg, Round Hole: Bid Protests in Nontraditional Construction Procurement
    Aaron P. Silberman
  • Is the Joke on You, Mr. Contractor?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Viewing the History of Public Contracts Through the Section “Window”: Part 3 Acquisition Reform, the Rise of Service Contracting, and “The Last Supper”
    Michael W. Mutek
  • In Memoria: William Bainbridge IV
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    David G. Ehrhart

Fall 2015 (51:1)

  • Octo Consulting and the Best Value Continuum
    Richard J. Webber
  • History of Section and Public Contracts: Part 2 Michael W. Mutek
  • Two Systems, Two Types of Risk: How the World Bank Sanctions Regime Differs from US Suspension and Debarment
    William A. Roberts III, Tracye Winfrey Howard & Samantha S. Lee
  • Precise Systems, Inc. v. United States: A Case Study in Regulatory Inertia
    Keir X. Bancroft & Nathaniel S. Canfield
  • Challenging Negative Performance Evaluations: Confronting Hurdles at ASBCA and COFC
    Kathryn T. Muldoon & Erica J. Geibel
  • News from the Chair
    David G. Ehrhart

Summer 2015 (50:4)

  • Vendor Vetting of Non-US Contractors in Afghanistan
    Brett Sander & Joe Romero, Colonel, NM Army National Guard
  • Using Declaratory relief to Get out of a No-Good, Very Bad Contract
    W. Barron A. Avery & Katherine M. John
  • Viewing the History of Public Contracts through the Section “Window”: Part 1
    Michael W. Mutek
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    David G. Ehrhart
  • News from the Chair
    Stu Nibley

Spring 2015 (50:3)

  • New York State Comptroller Goes Public with Select Bid Protest Decisions
    Dennis J. Callahan
  • Drafting an Agency Corrective Action Plan in Response to Bid Protests
    Joon K. Hong, Major, US Army
  • Prime Contractor’s Dilemma when Disagreeing with Subcontractor Claim for Extra Work
    Joe Dirik
  • Where's the Respect?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • News from the Chair
    Stu Nibley

Winter 2015 (50:2)

  • Suspension & Debarment as a Tool to Combat Human Trafficking
    Michael J. Davidson & Randolph Sawyer
  • Don't Get Caught Off Guard by a Service Contract Act Compliance Audit
    Eric W. Leonard, Christoper M. Mills & Craig Smith
  • Whose Justice Do You Want?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Metcalf & the Implied Duty of Good Faith & Fair Dealing
    Robert J. Dietz
  • The Contractor's Secret Weapon: Using FOIA When Asserting a Claim
    Justin M. Ganderson & Kevin T. Barnett
  • News from the Chair
    Stu Nibley

Fall 2014 (50:1)

  • The Novation of Government Contracts and the Unreliable and Unpredictable “Operation of Law” Exception
    William A. Roberts III & Kay Tatum
  • Be Careful What you Invoice — New Regulations Expose Contractors to Penalties
    Phillip R. Seckman, Christopher W. Myers & Taylor M. Menlove
  • The Boom of Public Improvement Districts: Local Options for Economic Development
    Sarah B. Markenson
  • Who Doesn’t Like Bid Protests?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • In Memoriam: Walter F. Pettit
    Patricia Meagher
  • Section Honors Marilyn
    Patricia Wittie
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Stuart B. Nibley

Summer 2014 (49:4)

  • “You Didn’t Tell Me That!” When a Failure to Conduct Meaningful Talks Leads to a Successful Protest
    Michelle Litteken
  • How Public Agencies May (or May Not) Terminate Contracts
    Aaron P. Silberman
  • How and Why the FAA employs Alternative Dispute Resolution
    C. Scott Maravilla, Sarah Block & Greg Matherne
  • The Enforceability of Teaming Agreements in Government Contracting and Its effect on Agreement Formation
    Madalyn A. Murtha
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Stuart B. Nibley
  • News from the Chair
    Sharon L. Larkin

Spring 2014 (49:3)

  • Cybersecurity: the Allocation of Information Security Risks between Prime Contractors and Subcontractors
    AnnejAnette Heckman Pickens
  • “Reprocessed” and the Berry Amendment: When Domestic Preference Turns a Blind Eye to Common Usage
    Vincent J. Napoleon & Angela N. Buckner
  • Partial Set-Asides: The (Previously) Obscure Small Business Policy
    Steven W. Feldman
  • Piggyback Contracts: The Benefits and the Limits of Shared Purchasing
    Darwin A. Hindman III & Raquel N. Parker
  • News from the Chair
    Sharon L. Larkin

Winter 2014 (49:2)

  • Export Control and Anticorruption Considerations in Government Contracting Outside the United States
    Andrew D. Irwin, Tom Best, Jeanne M. Cook & Jack R. Hayes
  • Is Congress Overthinking Suspension and Debarment? how to Improve the System Without Legislation
    Rhina M. Cardenal
  • Inspection, Acceptance, and Warranty: Fundamental Government Contracting Principles Take on heightened Importance in Wake of Federal Budget Uncertainty
    Daniel P. Graham, W. Barron A. Avery & Gary S. Ward
  • In Memoriam: David V. Anthony
    Gregory A. Smith
  • News from the Chair
    Sharon L. Larkin

Fall 2013 (49:1)

  • The ASBCA’s Path to the “Mega ADR” in Computer Sciences Corporation
    Reba Ann Page & Paul Williams
  • The Homeland Security Acquisition Regulations: Recent Developments Marking the 10th Regulatory Anniversary
    David Z. Bodenheimer
  • “There Is No Way They Can Do It at That Price”: How and When the Concept of Price Realism Can Benefit Disappointed Bidders
    Steven D. Tibbets
  • Marshall J. Doke, Jr., Presented Allan J. Joseph Award for Excellence in Leadership
    John S. Pachter
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Sharon L. Larkin

Fall 2013 (48:4)

  • But It’s Only Six Months: Recent Decisions Provide Conflicting Guidance About When Agencies Can Use FAR 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services, to Deal With Budget Uncertainty During Sequestration
    John R. Prarie & Tyler E. Robinson
  • Information Technology Procurement in the United States and Canada: Reflecting on the Past with an Eye Towards the Future
    Katherine M. John
  • How Do States Safeguard Contractor Proprietary Information?
    Nooree Lee
  • What’s in a Name? Or Does a Court by Any Other Name Smell as Sweet?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Differing Site Condition Claims: What Is Below the Surface of Exculpatory Clauses or Other Disclaimers?
    Owen S. Walker
  • In Memoriam: Allan J. Joseph
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Sharon Larkin
  • News from the Chair
    Mark D. Colley

Spring 2013 (48:3)

  • The Importance of Competitive Negotiationsto State Information Technology Procurement
    Robert S. Metzger & Lauren B. Kramer
  • Another Option in a Tightening Budget:A Primer on Department of Defense “Other Transactions” Agreements
    Susan B. Cassidy, Jennifer Plitsch & Stephanie H. Barclay
  • Aren’t We a Little Old to Be Playing Hide-and-Seek?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Small Business Government Contractors: 2012 Case Law Review
    Steven J. Koprince
  • News from the Chair
    Mark D. Colley

Winter 2013 (48:2)

  • Have Courts Eviscerated the “Necessary” Cost Allocability Standard of FAR 31.201-4(c)?
    James J. Gallagher, David J. Ginsberg & Keith M. Byers
  • Should Government Contractors Be Concerned About Fluor Intercontinental?
    Eric L. Nelson & Steven J. Stuart
  • Corey Airport Services, Inc.v.Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc.: Transforming Frustrated Bidders into Hopeless Losers
    J. Matthew Maguire, Jr.
  • Is Late Always Late? Recent CoFC and GAO Decisions Introduce Uncertainty in Protests Requesting Consideration of “Late” Proposals
    Brian G. Walsh & Nooree Lee
  • Q & A with Joseph Award Winner John Pachter
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Mark D. Colley

Fall 2012 (48:1)

  • As Suspension and Debarment Grows the National Discourse, We Should Not Lose Sight of Broader Procurement Fraud Remedies
    David Robbins
  • Suspension and Debarment: Trends and Perspectives
    Kara M. Sacilotto & Craig Smith
  • Recent Developments at the FAA Office of Dispute Resolution for Acquisition
    C. Scott Maravilla
  • Responsiveness or Responsibility? That Is the Question When Rejecting a Bidder for Failing to Provide References Demonstrating Minimum experience Standards
    Jennifer L. Dauer
  • Reimbursement of GAO Protest Costs: Is Timing of Corrective Action Dispositive?
    Daniel J. Strouse
  • Access to Justice: Section Sponsors of the Military Pro Bono Project
  • News from the Chair
    Mark D. Colley

Summer 2012 (47:4)

  • Legislating Supply Chain Assurance: An Examination of Section 818 of the FY 2012 NDAA
    Jeffery M. Chiow & Robert S. Metzger
  • Bad Advice on Mandatory Disclosure
    Michael J. Davidson
  • Are We at the Dawning of a New Age?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Let’s Get Personal: A Guide to the Interpretation and Implementation of the FAR Personal Conflicts of Interest Rules
    David J. Ginsberg & Robert R. Bohn
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Mark D. Colley
  • News from the Chair
    Carol N. Park-Conroy

Spring 2012 (47:3)

  • The (Latest) Final rule on FaPIIS: what It Means and what to Do about It
    Steven D. Tibbets
  • Turner Construction Co., Inc. v. United States: Hard Facts and Contracting Officer Discretion
    Richard J. Webber & Patrick R. Quigley
  • Government Contractor Perspectives on Cybersecurity
    Jon W. Burd
  • Towards european Preferences? Implications of Directive 2009/81/eC on Domestic Preferences in Defense Procurement
    Katharina Weiner
  • In Memoriam: Judge William Ruberry
    Judge Paul Williams & Judge Donald P. Arnavas (ret)
  • News from the Chair
    Carol N. Park-Conroy

Winter 2012 (47:2)

  • Veterans First? Va Should Give Vet Contracting Program Priority
    Jonathan T. Williams
  • Asserting a “Sum Certain”: A Brief Tutorial
    Reba Page
  • The Impact of Stanford v. Roche on Technology Licensing Under Bayh-Dole
    James G. McEwen, Sean M. O'Connor, John E McCarthy Jr. & Susan Warshaw Ebner
  • Alternative Delay-Based Entitlement Theories to the Government Delay of Work Clause
    W. Barron A. Avery
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Carol N. Park-Conroy

Fall 2011 (47:1)

  • The Public Disclosure Bar: New answers and Open Questions
    David M. Nadler & Justin A. Chiarodo
  • Supplementing a Bid Protest Record in a Post-Axiom World
    Paul W. Searles & Jeremy D. Kernodle
  • SBA Size Protests: Powerful Tool to Challenge Competitor’s Contract Award; How to Minimize Risks When Targeted
    Douglas P. Hibshman
  • How Can I Defend Myself?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Remembering Paul Dembling
    John S. Pachter
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Carol N. Park-Conroy

Summer 2011 (46:4)

  • Air Force Acquisition Law: Recapturing Acquisition Excellence
    Chad C. Carter, Major, USAF
  • OCIs in Construction Contracting: Bumps in the Road Ahead
    Daniel F. Edwards
  • The Revised and Updated DFARS Ground and Flight Risk Clause
    Donald J. Carney
  • SBA Overhaul of 8(a) Rules Provides Additional Flexibility for Joint Ventures, But May Increase risk for Large Contractors Partnering with 8(a) Firms
    John R. Prairie
  • Letter from the Editor
    John A. Burkholder, Editor in Chief
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Carol N. Park-Conroy
  • News from the Chair
    Donald G. Featherstun

Spring 2011 (46:3)

  • The Role of Intellectual Property in the Stimulus: Lessons Learned from the Use of IP Provisions in Recovery Act Assistance Agreements
    James G. McEwen, Richard W. Oehler, Geoff Copper, John Lucas & Eric A. Aaserud
  • When Is an Agreement Not an Agreement?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • “Is It Public, or Is It Not?” what to watch forwhen Public and Private Become entwined, and why It Matters
    Roland Nikles
  • Modifications to California Public Contracts Must Strictly Comply with Contractual Requirements
    Jennifer L. Dauer
  • News from the Chair
    Donald G. Featherstun

Winter 2011 (46:2)

  • The Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contract Program: Ten Years in the Making
    Patricia A. Meagher
  • Fraud Counterclaims in the Court of Federal Claims: Not So Fast, My Friend
    Elizabeth W. Fleming & Rebecca Clawson
  • FAR in the LEED in Going Green
    Stanley A. Millan
  • A Primer on Prime Contractor-Subcontractor Disputes Under Federal Contracts
    James F. Nagle & Jonathan A. DeMella
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Donald G. Featherstun

Fall 2010 (46:1)

  • The ICE Suspension and Debarment Program Heats Up
    Michael J. Davidson & Jennifer L. Longmeyer-Wood
  • Navigating the Recovery Act’s Buy American Rule in State and Local Government Construction
    Thomas D. Blanford
  • When Is No Contract a Contract?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • Book Review: Federal Government Construction Contracts
    Jonathan A. DeMella
  • Enforceability of Teaming Agreements
    Robert G. Hanseman & Catharine Kidd
  • In Memoriam: Eileen P. Fennessy
    Carol Park-Conroy, Jeri Somers, and Don Featherstun
  • News from the Committee
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Donald G. Featherstun

Summer 2010 (45:4)

  • Maximizing Contractor Recovery of IR&D Costs: Federal Circuit Affirms ATK Thiokol
    Thomas A. Lemmer, Phillip R. Seckman & Taylor M. Manlove
  • Kiewit and Other Latent Defects Cases
    Administrative Judge Cheryl L. Scott
  • Third Time’s a Charm? Size Determination Appeal Decisions Provide Necessary Guidance, But Unresolved Issues Remain
    Kathryn E. Swisher
  • The FEC Military Commissions Act: A Na(t)ive Analysis
    Ael Thhevole Minneck, FEC Assistant Attorney General & Thael Voleen Minheck, General Councel, FEC War Department — Translated by Michael K. Love
  • Canada-United States Agreement on Government Procurement: A Canadian Perspective
    Gerry Stobo
  • In Memoriam: Eldon H. Crowell
    Stan Johnson & John Burkholder
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Donald G. Featherstun
  • News from the Chair
    Karen L Manos

Spring 2010 (45:3)

  • Recent SBIR Extension Debate Reveals Venture Capital Influence
    Damien C. Specht
  • Limitations on Teaming Arrangements in Small Business Set-Asides
    Reginald M. Jones & Douglas P. Hibshman
  • What Is My Complaint?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • State and Local Procurement Update: A Look at Recent Changes in Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, and South Carolina
    Melissa J. Copeland
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Karen L. Manos

Winter 2010 (45:2)

  • The European Defence Procurement Directive: Toward Liberalization and Harmonization of the European Defense Market
    Marc Gabriel & Katharina Weiner
  • The Rise of the Performance Evaluation: New Developments in Contractor Challenges to Adverse Evaluations Under the Contract Disputes Act
    Dorothy E. Terrell & Kathryn T. Muldoon
  • Reporting and Compliance Requirements Imposed by the Recovery Act
    Penny Pittman Cobey
  • The GSA Schedules Program: To Be or Not to Be (Commercial)?
    Jason N. Workmaster
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Karen L. Manos

Fall 2009 (45:1)

  • Compensation Is Not a Four-Letter Word: Coping With a DCAA Executive Compensation Review
    Richard B. O’Keeffe, Jr.
  • Is the Game Worth the Candle? The Fate of the CICA Override
    Kara M. Sacilotto
  • The New Rules: What the Federal Circuit’s Tecom II Decision Means for Contractor Litigation Strategy and Recovery of Legal Costs
    Thomas A. Lemmer, Taylor M. Menlove & Tyson J. Bareis
  • Research & Development and Intellectual Property Committees
  • News from the Committee
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Karen L. Manos

Summer 2009 (44:3)

  • Bid Protests: Different Outcomes in the Court of Federal Claims and the Government Accountability Office in 2008
    Richard J. Webber
  • Practice Pointers: A Primer on Effective Presentation of an Appeal Before the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals
    Administrative Judge Peter D. Ting
  • The False Claims Act Clarification Act: An End to the FCA’s Bar on Parasitic Qui Tam Actions?
    Christopher W. Myers
  • As Agencies’ Use of IDIQ Contracts Expands, Will Increased Contractor Protest Rights Follow?
    Steven J. Koprince
  • Section Imput to Stimulus Package
  • Comments Submitted to the Department of the Treasury on Its Interim Rule on Conflicts of Interest under the TARP
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Michael W. Mutek

Winter 2009 (44:2)

  • Energy Savings Performance Contracting: Will the Demand Remain High Despite Dropping Energy Prices?
    Daniel E. Toomey
  • Defense Contract Audit Agency Shines Spotlight on Lobbying Costs
    Christopher C. Bouquet
  • Lessons Learned from the Collapse and Rebuilding of the I-35W Bridge: Would the Model Code for Public Infrastructure Procurement Have Made a Difference?
    Jeff H. Eckland & Dave S. Laidig
  • The Procurement Process in Canada: Necessity of Canadian Counsel
    Denis Chamberland
  • Why Am I Feeling Unstable?
    Pensive Poser, Esquire
  • 4th Annual State & Local Procurement Symposium
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Michael W. Mutek

Fall 2008 (44:1)

  • The Strange Case of Long Island Savings Bank — Or How a Contract Self-Destructed into Voidness
    John S. Pachter
  • Rights and Remedies Under the Davis-Bacon Act: Analysis of Recent Proposals for Reform
    Glenn Sweatt & Brian Cruz
  • Public-Private Partnerships
    Julia Paschal Davis
  • Allison Engine: The Supreme Court Addresses Liability Under the False Claims Act
    Peter B. Hutt II & Steven C. Wu
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award
  • In Memoriam — Robert Paul (Bob) Murphy
  • News from the Chair
    Michael W. Mucek

Summer 2008 (43:4)

  • Back to the Future: Interagency Contracting Centralized and Managed Through GSA
    Roger D. Waldron
  • Practice Pointers: A Short Primer on the Effective Preparation and Use of Rule 4 Files
    Administrative Judges Peter D. Ting & Reba Ann Page
  • Payment Bond Sureties: The Right to Claim Against the United States for Contract Funds Is Affirmed by the Federal Circuit
    George W. Wyatt
  • Can We Ever Have Too Many Adjectives?
    Pensive Poser, Esq.
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair-Elect
    Michael W. Mutek
  • News from the Chair
    Patricia A. Meagher

Spring 2008 (43:3)

  • The FAA ODRA: A Tenth Anniversary Report
    Anthony N. Palladino, Marie A. Collins & Behn M. Kelly
  • Departments of State and Defense Sign MOA on Private Security Contractors
    Michael J. Navarre
  • Green Building: Federal, State, and Local Governments LEED the Way
    Aaron P. Silberman
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • Effective Practice Under ASBCA Rule 11, Submission Without a Hearing
    Administrative Judge Richard Shackleford
  • In Memoriam: O. S. Hiestand
    Marcia G. Madsen
  • News from the Chair
    Patricia A. Meagher

Fall 2007 (43:1)

  • A Government Contract and Bankruptcy Law Conundrum: Interpretation of the Anti-Assignment Act and Related Matters
    Perry Cockerell & Robert A. Bartlett
  • The Procurement Integrity Act: A Little-Used but Effective Statute in Criminal Prosecutions
    Thomas S. McConville
  • Overseas Construction Under USAID Regulations: Not Business as Usual
    Mark E. Hanson & Edmund M. Amorosi
  • News from the Committees
    Herman Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Patricia A. Meagher

Summer 2007 (42:4)

  • The Supreme Court Raids the Public Disclosure Bar: Cleaning Up After Rockwell International v. United States
    Aaron P. Silberman & David F. Innis
  • The Federal Accountability Act: Changes to Procurement and Contracting in Canada
    Ronald D. Lunau, Phuong T.V. Ngo & Catherine Beaudoin
  • State and Local Government Bidding Preferences
    Marshall J. Doke, Jr.
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Michael A. Hordell

Spring 2007 (42:3)

  • Supreme Court to Decide Boundaries of Government Liability Under CERCLA
    Harvey G. Sherzer, Joseph R. Berger & Andrew C. Cooper
  • Erosion of the Sovereign Acts Doctrine? How Recent Winstar and Spent Nuclear Fuel Litigation Impacts Government Contractors
    Micael R. Rizzo & Virginia M. Gomez
  • Unpaid Ship Repair Subcontractors and Miller Act Waivers: Time for a Change?
    Patricia H. Wittie
  • Memorandum for the Under Secretary of War — Subject: Difficulties & Delays in the Financing of Defense Contracts
    Paul Cleveland, Expert Adviser to the Secretary of War
  • Two Important New Rules Affect Service Contractors
    Christopher C. Bouquet & Richard B. Oliver
  • Expanded Use of GSA Schedules by State and Local Governments
    Kathryn E. Swisher
  • News from the Committees
    Herman Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Michael A. Hordell

Fall 2006 (42:1)

  • Final SAFETY Act Rule Resolves Some Questions, Generates Others, and Creates Important Procurement Linkage to the SAFETY Act
    John J. Pavlick, Jr. & Dismas N. Locaria
  • Aspects of Construction Scheduling
    Mark E. Hanson
  • Bias in Federal Contract Source Selections
    Amitabh Khardori
  • Overview of Canadian Government Procurement Law
    Robert C. Taylor & Lisa M. Bolton
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Michael A. Hordell

Summer 2006 (41:4)

  • Jamming the Revolving Door, Making It More Efficient, or Simply Making It Spin Faster: How Is the Federal Acquisition Community Reacting to the Darleen Druyun and Other Recent Ethics Scandals?
    Stuart B. Nibley
  • GSA’s Building Information Modeling Program Raises Cutting-Edge Construction, Contracting, and Procurement Issues
    Aaron P. Silberman & Michele McKee
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Robert L. Schaefer

Spring 2006 (41:3)

  • GSA Trade Agreements Certification: An Ambush for Commercial Providers
    Angela B. Styles, Robert K. Huffman & Lara Covington
  • Declaratory Judgment Actions — An Effective Tool for Serious Situations
    Frederick W. Claybrook, Jr. & J. Chris Haile
  • Building a Biodefense Industry — One Step at a Time
    Agnes P. Dover & Todd R. Overman
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Robert L. Schaefer

Winter 2006 (41:2)

  • The Early Round Knockout Punch to a Qui Tam Action: Recent Decisions Upholding Rule 9(b) Challenges to Relators’ Speculative Allegations
    Mark R. Troy
  • The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Will Legal Issues Wash Away Contractors?
    J. Michael Littlejohn & Hal J. Perloff
  • Sarbanes-Oxley and Government Contractors: Beyond the Regulatory Burden We Knew
    Robert S. Metzger & Micahel J. Scanlon
  • News from the Committees
    Herman D. Levy
  • News from the Chair
    Robert L. Schaefer

Fall 2005 (41:1)

  • Final SAFETY Act Rule Resolves Some Questions, Generates Others, and Creates Important Procurement Linkage to the SAFETY Act
    John J. Pavlick, Jr. & Dismas N. Locaria
  • Aspects of Construction Scheduling
    Mark E. Hanson
  • Bias in Federal Contract Source Selections
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  • Overview of Canadian Government Procurement Law
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  • News from the Chair
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