How To Measure Effectiveness Of Suspension And Debarment

Law360, New York (October 22, 2013, 7:46 PM EDT) -- For the past several months, I have written a series of articles on the state of the suspension and debarment system in federal contracting in order to engage in a dialogue about the future of the system from the perspective of an active government participant. The first was titled "In Defense Of The Suspension And Debarment System," the second was titled "Ways To Consolidate The Suspension And Debarment System," and the third was "We Need Meaningful Metrics For Suspension And Debarment."

This is my final thought piece drafted as a government employee. While I will continue writing about suspension, debarment and...

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