Government Contract Law (9th Edition)
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH SCHOOL OF SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS
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This Ninth Edition, like its predecessors, will serve as the textbook for the Government Contract Law taught at the School of Systems and Logistics. The primary purpose of this text is to facilitate course instruction at the class sessions presented at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and around the world. As it is intended for non-lawyers a short course, the law is presented in a concise narrative form. This material is supplemented with cases drawn from Government Contract Law-Cases, 1987 edition, for a rounded approach to the subject. This edition of the text includes coverage of the legislation of the 99th Congress, not found in previous editions.The subject matter covered is aimed at the broad Government outlook. In this respect, Government Contract Law complements the Federal Acquisition Regulation and provides a preventive law treatment for contracting personnel. While it may suggest workable solutions to legal problems, it does not purport to promulgate policy or be, in any sense, directive.
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