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A Level Playing Field: Why Congress Intended the Boards of Contract Appeals to Have Enforceable Subpoena Power Over Both Contractors and the Government

August 2007

Public Contract Law Journal
This article is an in-depth discussion regarding the Contract Disputes Act, the Boards of Contract Appeals, and subpoena power.

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