Dramatic Shifts Underway In Suspension, Debarment Practice

Law360, New York (April 27, 2015, 2:30 PM EDT) -- The Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee Fiscal Year 2014 Section 873 Report to Congress concerning the status of the suspension and debarment system evidenced a subtle yet profound shift in suspension and debarment practice. After years of self-flagellation, listening tours and open meetings inviting criticism of my former colleagues in the government suspension and debarment community, this year's 873 report declared victory and announced a future of more aggressive policymaking and involvement in the procurement and grant-making processes.

Increased ISDC involvement, plus substantial and underway changes implementing debarment consideration for wage, hour and labor violations more than anything are likely to usher in...

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