JAMES NAGLE is a nationally renowned expert, Mr. Nagle has written six books on federal contracting, "Nash, Cibinic and Nagle, Administration of Government Contracts, Fourth Edition," (2006); "Whelan & Nagle, Cases and Materials on Federal Government Contracts, Third Edition" (Foundation Press 2007); "Federal Procurement Regulations: Policy, Practice and Procedures," (American Bar Association Press [ABA], 1987); "How to Review a Federal Contract and Research Federal Contract Law, Second Edition," (ABA Press, 2000); "Federal Construction Contracting," (Wiley Law Publications, 1992); and "The History of Government Contracting, Third Edition," written under a grant from the National Contract Management Association (NCMA), (George Washington University Press, 1999) (Government Training Inc., 2012). He has co-authored and co-edited "Washington Building Contracts and Construction Law," (Butterworth (now Aspen) Publishers, 1994). Besides being a contributing author to six other books, his over 80 articles, on subjects as diverse as protests, changes, terminations, claims, and the Federal Acquisition Regulation, have appeared in such publications as the "Public Contract Law Journal," "Military Law Review," "NCMA Journal," and "Contract Management." He has also written "1948: The Crossroads Year," a history of that momentous time.
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