Fourteen years ago the Administrative Conference studied the process of federal government debarment and suspension of government contractors. In this article Professor Steadman traces the checkered career of the recommendations emerging from the study and concludes that subsequent reforms have not gone far enough.
John Montague Steadman,
Banned in Boston--and Birmingham and Boise and...: Due Process in the Debarment and Suspension of Government Contractors,
27 Hastings L.J. 793
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