Government Contracts Treatises
Administration of Government Contracts
Provides guidance on all aspects of the contract administration process. Specific topics include: contract administration and personnel; contract interpretation; risk allocation; changes; differing site conditions; delays; government property; pricing of adjustments; inspection, acceptance, and warranties; default termination; damages and liquidated damages; termination for convenience; payment and discharge; and disputes. Administration of Government Contracts.
Formation of Government Contracts
Guide to process of government contracting and procurement. Includes chapters on basic principles, sealed bidding, negotiation, and controversies.
Government Contract Guidebook
Steven W. Feldman
This treatise takes you through every step of the contracting process in chronological order, from getting the contract to getting paid. It is updated annually online.
Government Contracts in a Nutshell
W. Noel Keyes
For a basic overview of the Federal Acquisition Regulations System, this nutshell is the place to go. It also highlights acquisition planning, contracting methods and general contracting requirements. The final parts focus on contract management and forms and clauses.
Government Contracts: Cyclopedic Guide to Law, Administration & Procedure
John C. McBride
This multi-volume treatise encompasses all aspects of contracting with the government and includes forms for doing so.
The library's set was bound in 2008 and updates are on Lexis only. On Lexis, in Browse Sources, title appears as "Government Contracts: Law, Administration and Procedures."
How to review a federal contract : understanding and researching government solicitations and contracts
James F. Nagle
Introductory guide to federal contracting. Includes glossary and sample standard forms and contracts.
The Law of Government Contracts
Shealey R. Preston
Early 20th century legal classic on contracting with the federal government.