With so many instances in the media of government contracting personnel taking bribes, Sandra G. Haynes wanted to find out some causes, effects, and resolutions to the problem. Talking to subject matter experts gave her a glimpse into the problem and provided some possible solutions. Ethical Occurrence in Government Contracting: Principled or Corrupt?) examines the similarities and differences between government contracting managers and employees when it comes to unethical behavior from their point of view. By examining this complex subject, Haynes hopes her readers see: ethics in government contracting is possible. Change is conceivable; individuals just need to know how to make the change happen.

It takes more than hoping to help readers overcome the perils of Government Contracting immoral acts. For every individual who is confused—or is on the verge of giving up on ethical contracting—or knows someone who is considering giving up—here is the book that provides differing perspectives and helps readers to see another point of view.



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