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.
This treatise summarizes the Federal Acquisition Regulation System (FARS) and the requirements of qualifying and applying for government contracts. It also discusses contracts, bids, inspections, subcontracting, defaults, and terminations, as well as related concepts including accounting, intellectual property, and labor.
This preeminent treatise encompasses all aspects of contracting with the government and includes forms for doing so. It is offered in an electronic form by Lexis under the title "Government Contracts: Law, Administration & Procedures."
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.