Organizational conflict of interest in government contracting: hearings before the Subcommittee on Energy Research and Water Resources of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session ...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Energy Research and Water Resources
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1976 - Coal - 954 pages
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Page 649 - This data, furnished in connection with Request for Proposals No *, shall not be disclosed outside the Government and shall not be duplicated, used, or disclosed in whole or in part for any purpose other than to evaluate the proposal...
Page 320 - The work called for by the contract is in a field of technology in which the contractor has acquired technical competence (demonstrated by factors such as know-how, experience, and patent position) directly related to an area in which the contractor has an established nongovernmental commercial position.
Page 649 - ... data, the Government shall have the right to duplicate, use, or disclose the data to the extent provided in the contract. This restriction does not limit the Government's right to use information contained in the data if it is obtained from another source without restriction.
Page 649 - This restriction does not limit the Government's right to use information contained in the data if it is obtained from another source without restriction. The data subject to this restriction is contained in Sheets...
Page 841 - The award of cost-reimbursement type contracts primarily on the basis of estimated costs may encourage the submission of unrealistically low estimates and increase the likelihood of cost overruns. The cost estimate is important to determine the prospective contractor's understanding of the project and ability to organize and perform the contract.
Page 329 - War is authorized to make contracts with States, municipalities, private concerns, or individuals, at such prices and on such terms as he may deem reasonable, for domestic and industrial uses for surplus water that may be available at any reservoir under the control of the War Department : Provided, That no contracts for such water shall adversely affect then existing lawful uses of such water.
Page 382 - The Report to the President on Government Contracting for Research and Development (generally known as the Bell Report) proposed that each department and agency head develop a "Code of Conduct" for organizations in the research and development field.
Page 923 - All procurement transactions regardless of whether negotiated or advertised and without regard to dollar value shall be conducted in a manner so as to provide maximum open and free competition. The grantee should be alert to organizational conflicts of interest or noncompetltive practices among contractors which may restrict or eliminate competition or otherwise restrain trade.
Page 16 - ... describes examples of various organizational conflicts of interest which might come into being and methods for avoidance of such conflicts. It provides that action must be taken to avoid placing a contractor in a position where his judgment might be biased or where he would have an unfair competitive advantage within the scope and intent of the rules.