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Government Contracts: A Beginner’s Guide

Statutes and Regulations

The treatises should provide a good amount of context for the federal statutes and regulations regarding government contracts.  To further examine the statutes and regulations that most interest you, please note the sources below.


Most federal statutes regarding government contracts can be found in Title 41 of the United States Code (U.S.C.), “Government Contracts.”  The notable exceptions to this general rule are the Anti-Deficiency Act and Armed Services Procurement Act statutes, which can be found in Title 31 and Title 10, respectively.


Regulations are an essential component of legal research, and are of vital importance in the area of government contracts.  Please find some of the most frequently utilized regulations in this area of law listed below.


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