Contracting Ethics in Government Acquisitions

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Contracting ethics in government acquisitions Government acquisition is the process through which government agencies make purchases for all goods and services. To ensure that contracting ethics and morals are observed by all the agencies there is set of rules that are to be used by all agencies, this rules govern how purchase of goods and services will be done by all the federal agencies. Federal agencies are responsible for a large array of missions and goals, to achieve them all they use a variety of approaches which include but are not limited to contracts for acquiring goods and services ADDIN EN.CITE Weitzel20061127(Weitzel and Berns, 2006)1127112717Weitzel, UtzBerns, SjorsCross-Border Takeovers, Corruption, and Related Aspects of GovernanceJournal of International Business StudiesJournal of International Business Studies786-8063762006Palgrave Macmillan Journals00472506http://www.jstor.org/stable/4540384( HYPERLINK l "_ENREF_4" o "Weitzel, 2006 #1127" Weitzel and Berns, 2006). It is very important that the agencies do acquire this goods and services in an effective, efficient and accountable way. The principal set of rules used for all government acquisitions in the United States is the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). It is a system that consists of regulations issued by federal government agencies to govern the acquisition process. The regulations main purpose is to ensure that there is uniformity in policies and the procedures used for all government
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