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Last approved: Mon, 16 May 2016 08:50:38 GMT

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School of Business
SBPM (SBPM)
GCON
6502
Formation of Government Contracts
Formation of Govt Contracts
Fall 2016
0,3
Course Type
Discussion Group
Lecture
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LAW 6502 - Formation-Government Contracts

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25
Schooner, Yukins
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LAW 6502 - Formation-Government Contracts
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Survey of the law pertaining to government procurement, including an analysis of the unique features of government contracting and a discussion of the functions of Congress, the executive branch, and the courts in the procurement process. Focus on the contract formation process, including techniques for awarding contracts and litigation and protests involving awards.
Learning Objectives Students will: 1. Learn about the laws pertaining to government procurement. 2. Analyze the unique features of government contracting. 3. Understand the functions of Congress, the executive branch, and the courts in the procurement process. 4. Focus on the contract formation process, including techniques for awarding contracts and litigation and protests involving awards. 5. Practice advanced analytical and writing skills.

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Key: 9847