It's no secret that recent statutory changes and a mountain of court decisions have turned the construction bidding process into a tangled web of federal, state, and local regulations. Here¿s the fast and easy way for you to unravel it. <p class="copymedium"> Aspen Publishers' new <b>Procurement of Construction and Design Contracts</b> gives you clear, easy-to-follow guidelines for managing every step of the process - and for tackling liability problems, bid protests, and bidder mistakes that crop up from one project to the next. </p> <p class="copymedium"> From soliciting and negotiating bids to selecting bidders and defending awards, this essential practice guide clarifies all relevant requirements and provides practice-tested strategies for meeting them. It gives you the tools to: </p> <ul> <li> Supervise procurement for all kinds of projects with step-by-step procedures for bidding out federal, state, and local public projects as well as private construction projects. </li> <li> Make "best value" statutes work for you, not against you, with guidelines for establishing "best value" selection criteria, ensuring full and free competition, evaluating bids, justifying decisions, and documenting each step. </li> <li> Establish "set asides" that will withstand legal scrutiny with concise analysis of the Supreme Court's new standards, how states are interpreting them, and how you can apply them correctly and effectively. </li> <li> Work knowledgeably with the revised Part 15 with explanations of the relevant FAR sections, advice on how to negotiate better deals in federal projects, and how to avoid the liability issues that the new Part 15 has created. </li> <li> Keep pace with key cases and trends in the field, such as the growing use of state unfair trade practices acts in procurement disputes, and much more. </li> </ul> <p class="copymedium"> With its detailed coverage of federal, state, and local regulations and its step-by-step approach to the entire bidding and negotiation process, <b> Procurement of Construction and Design Contracts</b> is an indispensable resource to ensure successful and problem-free project bidding every time. </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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