Date: July 22, 2019
Joeseph Berger’s article “A Midyear Look At DOD Government Contract Law Changes,” Law360,” was published in Law360, July 2019.
Developments thus far in 2019 relating to government contract law and policy affecting the U.S. Department of Defense continue to reflect constant changes in the broader government contracting legal arena. Given that the DOD is responsible for the lion’s share of U.S. government procurement spending, it often takes the lead on, and is the subject of, cutting-edge efforts focused on statutory and regulatory reform and enforcement. This month also marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, a significant event in the history of the government contracting field, and I discuss that below as well. Read more.
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