MN3312 Government Contracts Law

This course examines the fundamentals of major Congressional statutes, agency policies and regulations, and legal precedents which govern the Federal procurement process. The course contrasts the legal regimes of private and government contracting with strong emphasis on unique aspects of government contracts law, including: appropriations limitations; the power to contract; competitive and non-competitive methods of contract formation; contract administration issues such as changes and terminations; transparency and oversight; and bid protests, size protests and disputes. The course prepares students to identify and choose among legal tools, strategies, and processes which should control their decision-making as contracting professionals. This course offers DAU equivalencies.

Prerequisite

MN3303

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required