Guide to State Procurement: A 50 State Primer on Purchasing Laws, Processes and Procedures
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Guide to State Procurement: A 50 State Primer on Purchasing Laws, Processes and Procedures

Guide to State Procurement: A 50 State Primer on Purchasing Laws, Processes and Procedures
Product Code: 5390284
Author: Melissa J. Copeland
Publication Date: August 4, 2011
ISBN: 978-1-61632-979-2
Page Count: 600
Trim Size: 8½ x 11 Paperback
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Public Contract Law
Topics: Construction Law, Government Law, Public Contract Law
Format: Book - 5390284
Pricing: $75.00 (Regular)
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About the Guide to State Procurement

Contains a summary of purchasing laws and processes for all 50 States, written by individuals knowledgeable in each state's' laws and processes, and includes:
  • A listing of purchasing laws and regulations
  • Descriptions of purchasing methods
  • An explanation of
    • Bid protest procedures
    • Contract claims processes, and
    • Administrative and judicial review
Those involved in state procurement -- government officials, contract administrators, attorneys, and contractors -- will find the information in this Guide to be invaluable.