Journal of Contract Management
In the September 2013 Issue...
Low Bid Tyranny, Past Performance, and Reverse Auctions
By: Robert E. Lloyd
Cleaning Up China's Corrupt Construction Industry: E-Procurement Technology and the "Tender and Bidding Law"
By: Daniel Jacob Cook
How to Mitigate Risk in a Portfolio of Contracts
By: Mark D'Antonio
A Nightmare Trifecta for Small Business Contractors: the False Claims Act, Implied Certification, and the Presumed Loss Rule
By: Meggan Medina
Department of Defense Insourcing of Contracted Manpower Positions
By: Mark J. Garrette
The Harrier AV-8B and the U.S. Roland Programs: A Comparative View of Technology Transfer to the United States of European-Designed Systems
By: Robert Foxcurran
Best Practices of Developing Performance-Based Acquisitions to Save the U.S. Federal Government Money
By: Cynthia Morgan
The Battlefield Preemption Doctrine: Preempting Tort Claims Against Contractors on the Battlefield to Preserve Federal Interests in Wartime Matters
By: Sonia Tabriz
Acquisition Modernization: Transitioning Technology into Warfighter Capability
By: Karl L. VanDenTop
The Engage Learning Decisions: Significant Contracting Lessons Gleaned from a Small-Dollar Claim
By: John B. Wyatt III
Published annually, the Journal is a broad-based publication devoted to the dissemination of research and improvement of the contract management field, serving both the buying and selling communities of the public and private sectors.
Its editorial scope spans a wide-range of topics in the field. It strives to comprehensively cover the contract management discipline by publishing conceptual, empirical, and practical application manuscripts that demonstrate substantial conceptual development, appropriate methodology, proven best practices, and value-added topic areas.
As a professional association, NCMA believes the knowledge of our membership is a powerful resource. We know that our members deserve the most practical, informative, and effective benefits. Therefore, we want to encourage you and your colleagues in contract management to contribute to your profession. Your knowledge and expertise will help develop a professional publication, by linking scholarly research with practice.