Inside the February 2011 issue...
Recognition of definitions of words and terms in regulations, solicitations, and contracts is crucial to effective contract management and dispute avoidance.
By: Vernon J. Edwards
Venture Capital Investment and Small Business Affiliation Rules
Why a limited exception is crucial to economic recovery efforts.
By: Jessica Tillipman and Damien Specht
Pre-Award Contract Audits
A review of the procedures used by the U.S. government to determine whether a prospective contractor is "responsible" enough to be awarded a contract.
By: Frank J. Beatty and Gregory A. Garrett
The Transitional Benefits Corporation Process
A new model for state and local governments with reduced tax revenue.
By: Robert Knauer and Steve Sorett
When the Going Gets Tough...
Making the most of challenges and growing your leadership skills in times of crisis.
By: Stacey Passwaters
FAR 15.4, Contract Pricing--Requiring Data Other Than Certified Cost or Pricing Data: Unveiling the Ingredient Costs of the Recipe
Using cost analysis as the standard, vs. price analysis, yields substantial government contract cost savings, even in an environment of adequate price competition.
By: Lora Lawson
Mind mapping: let's get visual.
By: John K. Borchardt
No Contract Management? No Payment!
By: Jack Horan
Putting Knowledge to Work
By: Mimi Dionne