This important text provides extensive coverage of the special issues that arise in federal contracting. Written by the pre-eminent authorities in government contracting, whose straightforward style has been their hallmark, helping clarify this complex field for more than 30 years.
Cost-Reimbursement Contracting, from The George Washington University Law School Government Contracts Program and CCH, provides an in-depth understanding of cost-type contracts “from cradle to grave.” Each chapter contains concentrated coverage of a major topic and provides key statutory regulatory and case law citations relating to:
- The contractor’s obligations
- Types of cost-reimbursement contracts
- Alternative competitive procedures
- Negotiations of cost and fee
- Cost reasonableness versus cost realism
- Cost principles and cost accounting standards, control of funding, contract termination, and subcontracting
The hardcover edition includes a comprehensive subject index and tables listing court cases, appeals board decisions, statutes, regulations, bid protest decisions, B-numbers and procurement decisions cited throughout the text.