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連邦政府契約:契約担当者のマニュアル

Federal Contract Management: A Manual for the Contract Professional

Henry L. Goldberg; Goldberg & Connolly (Editor)

3 vols. Looseleaf. 1982 to date.(追録年1回)

Matthew Bender. ISBN: 9780820512112

¥449,334

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連邦政府調達契約の基本概念から戦略事項まで、法と実務を網羅した解説書。入札から契約、契約の履行にいたるまで、豊富な判例引用や書式例とともに、実務上のアドバイスを提供。

□契約担当官・管理者のスキルと機能、役割 □契約内容の変更 □交渉戦術と戦略 □入札および申立て手続 □紛争処理 □倫理、安全保障上の留意事項 など

【Table of Contents】

CHAPTER 1 The Authority of the Government to Contract for Goods and Services

1.01 Introduction

1.02 Constitution of the United States

1.03 Procurement Statutes

1.04 Procurement Regulations

1.04A The Uniform Commercial Code In Federal Procurement

1.05 Funding of Government Contracts

1.06 How to Get Government Contracts

1.07 Researching Government Contract Law on the Internet

CHAPTER 2 Contract Administration Function

2.01 Introduction

2.02 Contract Administration--Private Industry

2.03 Contract Administrator Training--Private Industry

2.04 Contract Administrator Responsibilities--Private Industry

2.05 Contract Administrator Skills--Private Industry

2.06 Acquisition Planning

2.07 Contract Administration--Government

2.08 State, Municipal and Commercial Practices

2.09 Subcontracting and Purchasing Functions

2.10 The Contracts Staff

2.11 Contract Management Stages

2.12 Communication

2.12a Financial Accounting Treatment of Government Contract

2.13 The Contracts Professional and the Program Manager

2.14 Conflicts Management

2.15 Contractor-Agency Interface

2.16 Contract Administrator-DCAA Interface

2.17 ISO 9000 and the Contracts Professional

2.18 Reports

2.19 Common Sense

2.20 Contract Administration--Current Initiatives

Exhibit 2-1 Contract Administration Department Checklist

Exhibit 2-2 Memorandum Reporting Contract Department Progress

Exhibit 2-3 Monthly Claims Report

Exhibit 2-4 Memorandum: Contract Review

Exhibit 2-5 Contract Abstract

Exhibit 2-6 Standard Procedure

Exhibit 2-7 Sample Report in Response to Hypothetical Problem

Exhibit 2-8 Standard Form 1402: Contracting Officer--Certificate of Performance

Exhibit 2-9 Standard Form 1403: Pre-award Survey of Prospective Contractor (General)

Exhibit 2-10 Standard Form 1404: Pre-award Survey of Prospective Contractor (Technical)

Exhibit 2-11 Standard Form 1405: Pre-award Survey of Prospective Contractor (Production)

Exhibit 2-12 Standard Form 1406: Pre-award Survey of Prospective Contractor (Quality Assurance)

CHAPTER 3 Contract Methods and Contract Types

3.01. Introduction

3.02. Sealed Bidding

3.03 Procurement by Negotiation/Competitive Proposals

3.04 Special Types and Methods of Procurement

3.05 Simplified Acquisition Procedures

3.06 Contract Types.

3.07 Recent Innovative Contracting Techniques

Exhibit 3-1 Standard Form 18

Exhibit 3-2 Standard Form 129

Exhibit 3-3 Standard Form 254

Exhibit 3-4 Standard Form 1421

Exhibit 3-5 Standard Form 1407

Exhibit 3-6 Standard Form 1408

CHAPTER 4 Preparation, Submission and Evaluation of Proposals

4.01. Introduction

4.02 Solicitation Preparation

4.03. Proposal Preparation

4.04. Strategic Alliances

4.04A Contents of Proposals

4.05 Submission of Proposals

4.06 Contracting by Negotiation--FAR Part 15

4.07 Sole Source Proposals

4.08-9 [Reserved]

4.10 Strategy Considerations in Negotiated Procurement

EXHIBIT 4-1 Standard Form 33

EXHIBIT 4-2 SAMPLE TEAMING AGREEMENT

CHAPTER 5 Negotiation Techniques

5.01 Introduction to Negotiation Tactics and Strategy

5.02 Traits of Negotiators

5.03 Preparation for Negotiations

5.04 Negotiation of Contract Provisions

5.05 Negotiation of Price.

5.05a Negotiation of Claims

5.06 Truth in Negotiations

5.07 Negotiation Tactics

5.08 Documenting the Negotiations

5.09 Recent Theories of Negotiation Methods and Techniques

5.10 International Negotiation

EXHIBIT 5-1 Subcontract Flow Down Requirements

EXHIBIT 5-2 The Weighted Guidelines Method (DFAR 15.9)

EXHIBIT 5-3 Truth in Negotiations Act Requirements (10 U.S.C. § 2306a)

CHAPTER 6 Bids and Awards

6.01. Late Bids and Proposals

6.02. Responsibility and Qualifications

6.03. Responsiveness

6.04. Mistakes in Bid

6.05. Protests

6.06. Selection for Award

6.07. Lost Business Analysis

EXHIBITS 6-1 Standard Form 24

CHAPTER 7 Cost Recovery and Payment

7.01. Introduction

7.02. Financing Government Contract Work

7.03. Recovery of Costs

7.04. Obtaining Contract Payment From the Government

7.05. Maximizing Cash Flow

7.06. Contractor's Remedies for Nonpayment by the Government

7.07. Collecting on a Judgment--The Judgment Fund

7.08. Settlements

7.09. Recovery of Attorneys' Fees

7.10. Recovery of Interest by Contractors

7.11. The Government's Collection of Money

7.12. Final Payment and Discharge

CHAPTER 8 Technical and Engineering Concepts for the Contract Administrator

8.01 Specifications, Standards and Other Purchase Descriptions--Introduction

8.02 Organizational Relationships

8.03 Drawings and Configuration Control

8.04 Value Engineering

8.05 Other Technical Concepts

8.06 Related Duties of the Contract Administrator

8.07 Architect and Engineer Contracts

8.08 Protection of Contractor Technology

CHAPTER 9 Contract Changes

9.01. Introduction

9.02. Types of Changes Clauses

9.03. Analysis of Changes Clause Language

9.04. Authority to Issue Change Orders

9.05. Scope of Authorized Changes

9.06. Formal Change Orders

9.07. Managing Change Orders

9.08. Constructive Changes

9.09 Changed Conditions

9.10 Equitable Adjustments

9.11 Preparation and Submission of Change Proposals

9.12 Funding Contract Changes

Exhibit 9-1 Standard Form 30

CHAPTER 10 Social Policy Considerations, Classified Contracts, and Access to Contractor Records

10.01. Small Business Policies

10.02 Women's Business Enterprise Policy

10.03 Minority Business Enterprise Policy

10.04 Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Requirements

10.05 Affirmative Action Requirements for Disabled Workers

10.06 Affirmative Action Obligations for Disabled and Vietnam Era Veterans

10.07 Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Age

10.08 Purchases From Blind and Other Severely Disabled

10.09 Federal Prison Industries, Inc.

10.10 Forced Convict Labor

10.11 Environmental Policies

10.12 Procurement of Foreign Supplies

10.13 Labor Wage and Benefit Requirements (Fair Labor Standards Provisions) and Other Labor-Related Issues

10.14 Security Considerations

10.15 Access to Contractor Records Under the Freedom of Information Act

10.15A Trade Secrets Act

10.16 Environmental Considerations in Government Contracting

10.17 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

Exhibit 10-1 Sample Subcontracting Plan Format

Exhibit 10-2 SAMPLE COMPANY EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY

Exhibit 10-3 SAMPLE GOVERNMENT SECURITY REQUIREMENT POLICY

Exhibit 10-4 SAMPLE COMPANY HEALTH, SAFETY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICY

CHAPTER 11 General Contracting Requirements

11.01. Patents, Copyrights, and Technical Data

11.02 Bonds and Insurance

11.03 Taxes

11.04 Government Property

CHAPTER 12 Termination for Convenience

12.01 Introduction

12.02 Basis, Extent and Means of Termination for Convenience

12.03 First Duties of the Parties Upon Notice of Termination

12.04 Termination Settlement Proposals

12.05 Content of Settlement Proposals Under Firm Fixed Price Supply Contracts

12.06 Additional Principles Applicable to Settlement of Partial Termination

12.06A Special Termination Costs

12.06B Audit Verification of Termination Costs

12.07 Additional Principles for Cost Reimbursement Type Contracts

12.08 Settlement of Terminated Contracts With Incentive Provisions

12.09 Settlement of Service Contracts

12.10 Termination Inventory

12.11 Audit of Prime Contract Settlement Proposals and of Subcontractor Settlements

12.12 Subcontract Settlement

12.13 Settlements

12.14 Payment of Termination Settlement

EXHIBIT 12-1 Standard Form 1435

EXHIBIT 12-2 Sample Notice of Termination

EXHIBIT 12-3 Sample Termination Settlement Agreement

CHAPTER 13 Government Remedies

13.01. Introduction

13.02. Control of Contract Award

13.03. Control of Contract Performance

13.04. Default Remedies

13.05. Defenses to Default

13.06. Reprocurement

13.07. Set-Off and Withholding

13.08. False Claims

13.09 Debarment and Suspension

13.09A Mergers and Acquisitions of Foreign Companies--Exon-Florio

13.10 Corporate Responsibility--Sarbanes-Oxley

13.11 Defense Priorities and Allocations System

CHAPTER 14 Disputes and Claims

14.01. The Contract Disputes Act of 1978

14.02. The Contractor's Claim

14.02A. Requests for Equitable Adjustment (REA)

14.03. The Dispute

14.04 The Appeal

14.05 U.S. Court of Federal Claims

14.06 Appeals to the Federal Circuit

14.07 The Equal Access to Justice Act

14.08 Public Law 85-804--and other Forms of Indemnification

14.09 Alternative Dispute Resolution

EXHIBIT 14-1 Rules of the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals

CHAPTER 15 Inspection, Acceptance, Delivery and Warranty

15.01 Introduction

15.02 Inspection

15.03 Acceptance

15.04 Delivery

15.05 Warranties

15.06 Product Liability of Government Contractors

CHAPTER 16 Control of Contract Performance

16.01 Introduction

16.02 Government Control of Contractor Performance

16.03 Contractor Control of Performance

16.04 Contractor Monitoring of Performance

16.05 Contract Close Out

EXHIBITS 16-1 DD Form 882

EXHIBITS 16-2 The DOD Contractor Risk Assessment Guide

EXHIBITS 16-3 PROCESS ORIENTED CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES (PROCAS) Revision: October 1998

CHAPTER 17 Special Categories of Contracting

17.01. Major Systems Acquisition

17.02. Research and Development Contracting

17.03. Construction Contracting

17.04 Service Contracts

17.05 GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contracts

17.06 Cost Reimbursement Contracting

17.07 International Considerations

17.08 Administration of Health Care Contracts

EXHIBIT 17-1 Standard Form 25-A

EXHIBIT 17-2 Standard Form 25

EXHIBIT 17-3 Standard Form 28

CHAPTER 18 Ethics in Government Contracting

18.01. Introduction

18.02. Current Environment

18.03. Standards of Conduct

18.04. Gratuities, Bribery and Kickbacks

18.05. Procurement Integrity Amendments

18.06. Defense Industry Initiatives on Business Ethics and Conduct

18.07. Audit Clauses

18.09. Covenant Against Contingent Fees

18.10. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

18.11. Certifications and Representations

18.12. Independent Pricing/Collusive Bidding

18.13. Contractor Teaming Agreements

18.14. Organizational Conflicts of Interest

18.14[A]. Personal Conflicts of Interest (PCI)

18.15. Suspension and Debarment

18.16. Fraud in Contract Performance

18.17. Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act

18.18. Qui Tam Suits

18.19. Contractor Marketing Organizations

EXHIBITS 18-1. FAR Subpart 9.5--Excerpts

EXHIBITS 18-2. Defense Industry Initiatives on Business Ethics and Conduct

EXHIBITS 18-3. DOD Program for Voluntary Disclosure of Possible Defense Contractor Fraud

EXHIBITS 18-4. DOD Letter Pertaining to Voluntary Contractor Disclosure

EXHIBITS 18-5. Sample Contractor Compliance Program

EXHIBITS 18-6. Sample Code of Ethics--International Business Supplement

EXHIBITS 18-7. Sample Ethics Guide for Government Employees

CHAPTER 19 Commercial Item Procurement

19.01 History of Commercial Acquisition Reform

19.02 Preference for Commercial Item Acquisition

19.03 FASA and FARA (Clinger-Cohen Act)

19.04 Acquisition Planning and Market Research

19.05 Simplified Acquisition Procedures

19.06 Synopsis Requirements and Solicitation Procedures for Commercial Items

19.07 Solicitations for Commercial Items

19.08 Small Business Policies in Commercial Acquisitions

19.09 Evaluation Procedures

19.10 Negotiating Terms and Conditions

19.11 Exemption from Cost or Pricing Data

19.12 Contract Cost Principles and Cost Accounting Standards

19.13 Commercial Item Subcontracting Plans

19.14 Contract Financing

19.15 Data Rights

19.16 Inspection and Warranties

19.17 "Changes" and "Termination" Clauses in Commercial Contracts

19.18 Commercial Acquisition Success Stories

EXHIBIT 19-1 General Services Administration Commercial Items Clause Usage (DRAFT)

CHAPTER 20 HOMELAND SECURITY

20.01 Homeland Security Department

20.02 The SAFETY Act

20.03 OFPP Guidance for Emergency Procurements

20.04 DHS Regulations

20.05 Other Contingency Contracting

20.06 Iraq Reconstruction Procurement