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U.S. Government Services Contracting: Tools, Techniques, and Best Practices, 1st Ed (2011) by Gregory A. Garrett

U.S. Government Services Contracting: Tools, Techniques and Best Practices



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U.S. Government Services Contracting: Tools, Techniques and Best Practices serves as a practical and informative reference guide, for all of the business professionals in U.S. federal government agencies, government prime contractors, and subcontractors who are involved in U.S. government services contracting. This book is truly a comprehensive guide to planning and implementing the buying and selling of professional services to and for the U.S. government. Our hope is that you will find this text to be a valuable resource to explain and enlighten people about what it takes to effectively manage U.S. government services contracts.


This book provides a wide range of discussion on all aspects of the U.S. government services contracting buying and selling life-cycle, including: requirements determination, solicitation planning and preparation, opportunity and risk assessment, proposal development and evaluation, negotiations and contract formation, to contract administration and closeout. Plus, the book provides a wealth of proven effective tools, techniques, and best practices which are available and adaptable to help improve services contracts and related project performance results.

Publish Date 04/15/2011
Publish Frequency Daily
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
ISBN 9780808025771
SKU 10028426-0001
Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Dedications
  • Acknowledgements
  • About the Author
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: US Government Services Contracting
  • Chapter 2: US Government Services Contracting--Buying and Selling Life Cycle
  • Chapter 3: Phase 1: Requirements Determination
  • Chapter 4: Phase 2: Solicitation Planning and Preparation
  • Chapter 5: Phase 3: Opportunity an Risk Assessment
  • Chapter 6: Phase 4: Proposal Development and Evaluation
  • Chapter 7: Phase 5: Negotiations and Contract Formation
  • Chapter 8: Phase 6: Contract Administration and Closeout
  • Chapter 9: Managing Service Contracts in the Department of Defense--Opportunities and Challenges
  • Chapter 10: Federal Research and Development Services Contracting
  • Appendix A: Services Acquisition Reform Act of 2003, Section-by-Section Analysis
  • Appendix B: Performance-Based Services Acquisition, OFPP, 2003
  • Glossary of Key Terms
  • References
  • Index
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