debarment


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
References in periodicals archive ?
Companies now may face suspension or debarment proceedings before they have had the time to ascertain relevant facts, let alone disclose them to the government or remediate the circumstances that allowed the events to occur.
The drastic consolidation of the defense industry over the last decade makes it difficult, but not impossible, to impose a suspension or debarment on mega-defense contractors, like Boeing, Lockheed Martin, or Raytheon.
While recent attention has helped agencies view and use suspension and debarment as useful remedies to protect the government's interest, the "exclude more" mentality has its own dangers as we begin to approach a "one-strike-and-you're-out" expectation.
In the past month, the issue of debarment has been travelling back and forth between committee hearings and the full council.
These agencies had staff dedicated to the suspension and debarment program, detailed implementing guidance, and practices that encourage an active referral process.
Mann entire e-mail consisted of fluff and talking points, with only two pieces of actual information, which was that Task Force 2010's investigations led to the proposed debarment of the "Watan Group" and led to the actual debarment of "Aey, Inc.
Nature has now obtained documents from a source at ONR that relate to the debarment.
The bill would mandate the suspension and/or debarment of contractors deemed repeated violators or poor performers.
It also requires a timely disclosure of accurate and complete information by bidders with respect to determinations of non-responsibility and debarment.
Debarment, Suspension, and Business Ethics (PGI Case 0000-P010)