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the state of being debarred (excluded from enjoying certain possessions or rights or practices)

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the act of prevention by legal means

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In the past, most suspension debarment officials focused on cases supported by some judicial action as an underpinning for a suspension or proposed debarment--Law Section Debarment and Suspension Committee indictments, pleas, convictions, deferred prosecution agreements, civil judgments and settlement agreements.
In a proposed rule, the Federal Acquisition Regulation councils said the database will incorporate information from the existing Past Performance Information Retrieval System and Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System as well as the Excluded Parties List, which covers suspensions and debarments.
4) Suspension and debarment decisions are merely "the final straw in the examination of responsibility issues," (5) and focus on whether the contractor acted responsibly and whether it is presently responsible.
Suspension and debarment practitioners both in the government and in the private bar wonder whether all this attention on a formerly sleepy section of federal contract law is the "new normal.
The debarment of CFHEC qualifies for cross debarment under the April 2010 Agreement for Mutual Enforcement of Debarment Decisions entered into by the AfDB Group, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the World Bank Group and the Inter-American Development Bank Group.
It explores whether there are problems in the current system, whether Congress should mandate more automatic S&Ds, and whether agency suspension and debarment officials (SDOs) have too much discretion in the system.
A draft ordinance that could lead to the debarment of Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) from bidding on city contracts has come up before the Oakland City Council with amendments.
In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, he said while SIGAR had taken steps to initiate government-wide debarment of the individuals and entities, the State Department and USAID dealt with many of the contractors, possibly resulting in the award of contracts, grants, or cooperative agreements to them prior to their designation.
GAO reviewed EPLS data and suspension and debarment programs at 10 federal agencies, including those with relatively more suspensions and debarments and those with few or none to identify differences between the two groups.
The TF-2010 relationship in support of CENTCOM Contracting Command has allowed for the proposed debarment and suspension of more than 20 companies, both U.
ISLAMABAD, March 12, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Asian Development Bank (ADB) stepped up its fight against corruption with the introduction of new initiatives, including revised integrity guidelines and a cross debarment agreement signed with development partners, a new report says.
Their view is that the risk of trial and conviction with substantial penalties, as well as debarment or exclusion under federal law, all accompanied by incessant adverse publicity, is too great to bear.
In addition, Obama ordered the Treasury Department and the Office of Management and Budget to evaluate suspension and debarment practices and to submit a plan to ensure that delinquent contractors do not receive new awards.
Although the ruling was made in May, when the debarment came into effect, no public announcement was made.
They entail new investigation procedures and sanctions for fraudulent or corrupt behaviour associated with a MIGA guarantee, which range from a reprimand, to temporary or permanent debarment from World Bank programmes.