By Dietrich Knauth (January 13, 2014, 10:49 PM EST) -- As Congress continues to press for broader use of suspension and debarment, federal agencies have already begun to step up their enforcement efforts by pursuing a wider range of violations than in years past.
Lawmakers are increasingly focused on preventing taxpayer dollars from flowing to companies with questionable ethics or track records, and Congress is considering a major overhaul of the government's approach to suspension and debarment through the Stop Unworthy Spending Act, or SUSPEND Act. The bill would create a new, governmentwide suspension and debarment board, and allow some civilian agencies and the U.S. Department of Defense to opt out...
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