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Government by Contract and the Structural Constitution
Notre Dame Law Review
  • Kimberly N. Brown

The article presents information on the structural constitution of the U.S. It informs that modern federal government is outsourced to private contractors. It discusses charge of federal powers to private entities and put forwards an analysis on privatization from a standard structural constitution point. It discusses the decision in the case of Fund v. Public Co. Accounting Oversight Board. It states that the law governing independent agencies helps in analyzing the government outsourcing.

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Kimberly N. Brown. "Government by Contract and the Structural Constitution" (2011) p. 491
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