The World Bank, in conjunction with GW Law, hosted a broadly attended colloquium on suspension and debarment, a tool used to blacklist irresponsible, corrupt, or otherwise unqualified contractors. 
A standing -room-only crowd observed and applauded the final round of the McKenna Long & Aldridge ‘Gilbert A. Cuneo’ Government Contracts Moot Court Competition, which was held in April at the Howard T. Markey National Courts Building. The finals were presided over by Judge Jimmie V. Reyna...
GW Law hosted a timely colloquium on the new federal grants guidance in February. According to critics, grant expenditures are poorly regulated and subject to lackadaisical oversight despite the fact that the federal government has spent more money through grants than contracts in 11 of the past 13...
KUWAIT: Professor Steven L. Schooner traveled to Kuwait City in June to participate in a program hosted by the International Monetary Fund’s Middle East Center for Economics and Finance and co-sponsored by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Senior Adviser Daniel I. Gordon...
GW Law’s interdisciplinary Master’s in Government Contracts Program, offered in conjunction with GW’s School of Business, achieved a key milestone with the admission of its 70th graduate student. The new master’s program is fast becoming the nation’s preeminent academic credential for...
GW Law hosted a comparative colloquium last fall discussing automatic cross-debarment of firms that run afoul of governments or international organizations in performing government contracts. 
GW Law, in conjunction with the ABA Sections of International Law and Public Contract Law, hosted a May colloquium celebrating the new version of the WTO’s Government Procurement Agreement.  The new agreement, building on 20 years of experience and global acquisition reform, heralds the...
GW Law hosted a colloquium last fall on the new European Union procurement directives and their impact on the global public procurement market. The panel, moderated by GW Law Professor Christopher R. Yukins, included Hans-Joachim Priess, partner (Berlin), Jane Jenkins, partner (London), and Roland...
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