Government Contracts - Related Links
Business Daily — (CBDNet )is the Government's official FREE
electronic version of the Commerce Business Daily (CBD). The Commerce Business
Daily (CBD) lists notices of proposed government procurement actions, contract
awards, sales of government property, and other procurement information.
Acquisition Jumpstation — Linking you to Internet sites of federal
procurement information. This page is designed to provide the business community
a central starting point to quickly access federal procurement documents
and establish a "single face" for federal acquisitions. At destinations
linked from this page, you can retrieve acquisition forecasts, announcements
of upcoming and current acquisitions, solicitations, small business assistance
information, plus federal acquisition regulations.
Register — is a legal newspaper published every business day by
the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). It contains Federal
agency regulations, proposed rules and notices, and Executive orders.
The George Washington
University Law School - The only university in the country with
a Master of Laws Degree Programs: Government Procurement Law. The LL.M.
program in Government Procurement Law has proven attractive both to attorneys
with substantial experience in the federal government and to those in the
private practice of law, as well as to more recent law school graduates.
The program was established in 1960 and for more than 30 years was headed
by two renowned experts in the field, now Professors Emeritus Ralph C. Nash,
Jr. and John Cibinic Jr.
For GC Web
Resources, look at Steven L. Schooner's web page.
Contract Law, Federal Procurement Division Section of the American Bar Association
— The Federal Procurement Division serves those involved in federal procurement
or grant law. The Section seeks to improve the functioning of public procurement
by contributing to developments in procurement legislation and regulations;
by objectively and fairly evaluating such developments; by communicating
the Section's evaluations, critiques and concerns to policy makers and government
officials; and by sharing these communications with Section members and
Where in Federal Contracting?
— serves the federal and state acquisition and the federal assistance community
by providing quick access to acquisition and assistance information including
contracting laws and pending legislation, current and proposed regulations,
guidance, courts and boards of contract appeals, bid protest decisions,
contracting newsletters, selected analysis of federal acquisition issues,
federal assistance policy, daily listings of grants and cooperative agreements,
archived listings of grants and cooperative agreements, and federal assistance