Competitive Public Contracts

Virginia Law Review
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September 01, 2016
This Article argues that the problem with government-contractor performance under public procurement contracts is fundamentally a contract-remedies problem: Governments, and state and local governments in particular, lack an effective contract remedy to deter or correct misbehavior. 
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