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Title: Employment and Procurement of Government Experts and Consultants
Authors: James Elwood Bartlett III
Keywords: Simplify Acquisition
Service Contracting
Inherently Governmental
Professional Services
Ralph C. Nash, Jr.
Conflict of Interest
Private Sector
Issue Date: 23-Sep-1987
Publisher: The National Law Center of the George Washington University
Citation: Unlimited Distribution
Series/Report no.: Simplify Acquisition - Services
Abstract: The purpose of this thesis is to explain the methods Federal agencies may use to obtain individual experts and consultants, and the restrictions on their use. This topic should interest experts and consultants, whose compensation, duties, and conflict-of-interest liability depend on how they are hired and managed, and Government officials, because of the burden of increasingly complex controls on their acquisition, use, and management of consultant services.
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