Innovative Federal Contracting: Case Studies

Darrel Cobb (Editor)

Series: Government Procedures and Operations
BISAC: POL000000



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Innovative contracting case studies is an iterative, evolving document that describes a number of ways Federal agencies are getting more innovation per taxpayer dollar – all under existing laws and regulations. This book discusses the case studies, and provides a legal overview of the competition in federal contracting.
(Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1 - Innovative Contracting Case Studies (pp. 1-124)
Office of Science Technology Policy and the Office of Management and Budget

Chapter 2 - Competition in Federal Contracting: A Legal Overview (pp. 125-156)
Kate M. Manuel


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