FEDERAL CONTRACT MANAGEMENT, WITH HENRY L. GOLDBERG, EDITOR IN CHIEF, AVAILABLE FOR SALE

NEW YORK-July 12, 2011-Goldberg and Connolly is pleased to announce that the latest
edition of Federal Contract Management, with Editor in Chief, Henry L. Goldberg, Managing
Partner of Goldberg & Connolly
, is now available for sale. Published by Matthew Bender, the
book will be sold exclusively through Lexis Nexis. There is a special discount available for
Goldberg & Connolly clients and colleagues. Please click here to order the new edition. Enter
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Federal Contract Management covers all major aspects of contracting with the federal
government. It has long been noted for its extremely practical approach to government
contracting and is targeted to the contract professional, not necessarily a government contract
attorney. It is a handy, practical desk set and provides a ready contracting reference guide.
The treatise covers all topics necessary for successful federal contracting including, among
others, the authority of the contracting officer, contract procurement, including both IFB's and
negotiated procurement, the preparation, submission and evaluation of proposals, cost
recovery and payment, contract changes, social policy considerations and DBE requirements,
disputes and claims, damage calculations, terminations for cause and for convenience and
control of contract performance by the federal government.

Federal Contract Management
was previously edited by Norman A. Steiger, Esq., former
Chairman of the Legal and Special Tasks Subcommittee of the National Security Industrial
Association.

Mr. Goldberg is a prominent authority in construction law and government contracting. He is a
long standing member of several federal contracting groups and associations including the
National Contract Management Association ("NCMA"), the National Defense Industry
Association ("NDIA"), The Federal Highway Committee of the Association of General
Contractors ("AGC"), and the American Bar Associations Public Contract Law Committee.