Guide to Government Contracting Ethics
Learn how to position yourself for compliance with government ethics rules
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As contract spending continues to increase, public scrutiny increases. Congressional committees, industry, watchdog groups and taxpayers all expect transparency and accountability for government spending. To ensure that all parties in government transactions act in good faith, the Federal government has established standards of ethics to govern procurement practice. Perhaps now, more than ever, building and maintaining an ethical corporate culture is a prerequisite to doing business with the federal government. This publication is intended to provide an overview of ethics for government contractors.

Index:
Introduction
Chapter 1: Ethics for Government Contractors
Chapter 2: The Law and Ethics
Chapter 3: Compliance and Ethics Requirements for Government Contractors
Chapter 4: Developing a Contractor's Code of Ethics
Chapter 5: Contractor - Government Employee Ethics in the Workplace
Chapter 6: Prohibited Sources
Chapter 7: Exceptions to the Rule
Chapter 8: Contractor - Subcontractor Ethics

Appendix A: Designated Agency Ethics Official Listing (PDF)
Appendix B: Code of Ethics Model (PDF)


 
 


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