Ethics for an Outsourced Government. Kathleen Clark Washington University in St. Louis Board of Contract Appeals Bar Association December 2013. Research Support. Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS). Methodology. 90+ interviews with: Procurement & Ethics Officials
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Washington University in St. Louis
Board of Contract Appeals Bar Association
of the United States
90+ interviews with:
advised Treasury on AIG bailout
owned Goldman Sachs stock
handled AIG bailout in way that benefited Goldman Sachs -- & himself
“employeeof the executive branch . . .
participates personally and substantially . . .
through . . . the rendering of advice, . . .
in a . . . particular matter in which, . . .
he . . . has a financial interest”
“Special Government Employees” or SGEs
(2) Public’s confidence in government integrity
branch control of federal resources
Optional FAR clauses for contracts with high risk of:
Contractor personnel who perform
closely associated with
inherently governmental functions
Supports 2011 FAR rule
- expanding PCI standards to high-risk contracts
- requiring certifications by contractors
Fiduciary Standards for Bailout Contractors:
What Treasury Got Right and Wrong in TARP,
95 Minn. L. Rev. 1614(2011)
Financial Conflicts In and Out of Government:
Ethics, Employees and Contractors,
62 Alab. L. Rev. 955 (2011)
Ethics for an Outsourced Government
Administrative Conference of the United States (2011)