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Part 2 Battling Surety Bond Fraud: Why Bond Verification Is So Important

Learn how to avoid becoming a victim of bond fraud. This is Part 2 of NASBP General Counsel Martha L. Perkins' article. Part 2 was published in the Winter 2015 newsletter of the Fidelity and Surety Law Committee of the American Bar Association's Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section on pages 9...

Prt2_indsuretiesABAF&SLwCom.pdf


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Part 1 Battling Surety Bond Fraud: Why Bond Verification Is So Important

Learn how to avoid becoming a victim of bond fraud. This is Part 1 of NASBP General Counsel Martha L. Perkins' article. All construction industry stakeholders can and should combat surety fraud by taking steps to verify the legitimacy of the surety and to ensure that the surety authorized the...

Prt1_indsuretiesABAF&SLwCom.pdf


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NASBP/SFAA Responds to NASCIO

NASBP/SFAA responds to a Brief published by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) calling for the Reduction or Elimination of Performance Bonds for state IT Service Contracts. December 19, 2012 #Advocacy #Legislation #IssueBriefs

Response to NASCIO Paper by NASBP-SFAA.pdf


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DC Green Building Act - General Principles

General principles for regulations for the DC Green Building Act that NASBP and SFAA presented to DC officials upon the request of the DC Department of the Environment #Grassroots #SmartBrief #State #GreenBuilding #IssueBriefs #Legislation #Advocacy

general principles dc green.pdf


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Joint Position Brief Prepared by NASBP/SFAA to amend Title 41 to prohibit the Miller Act from automatic threshold increases

NASBP advocates for a legislative change to Title 41 which provides for an adjustment every five years to the Federal Miller Act based on inflation using the Consumer Price Index. However, Title 41 does allow for exceptions to this automatic threshold increase such as Davis Bacon Act to protect...

Amend 41USC431 - Miller Act.pdf





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Position Brief Volume 1 - Number 4: Reforms Needed in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to Engender Consistency and Transparency of Contracting Officer Decisions to Reduce or to Waive Miller A

Reforms Needed in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to Engender Consistency and Transparency of Contracting Officer Decisions to Reduce or to Waive Miller Act Bond Requirements #Advocacy #IssueBriefs #Federal #Issues #Legislation #Advocacy

PositionBrief1-4.pdf