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Government Contract Awards – Negotiation and Sealed Bidding provides attorneys and contract officers with an in-depth analysis of the statutes, regulations, and case law surrounding the award of government contracts. Coverage spans the entire government acquisition process with a focus on the practical aspects of contract formation. The book discusses acquisition planning, the award process, and post-award duties. It also analyzes the statutes, regulations, and caselaw concerning contract formation as it applies to both government and industry. This text is written with ideological neutrality – it doesn't promote an industry agenda nor a government interest. You'll also find: Competition requirements, solicitations and proposal management, evaluation of proposals, competitive range determination, and special categories of procurement Advice on sealed bidding rules and procedures, late bids and modifications, nonresponsiveness, and mistakes in bids Key procurement statutes and regulations in appendixes