Skip to main content
Article
Sustainability in Government Contracts: A Measure of Performance from the Contractor Perspective
School of Management Publications
  • Tamara P Williams, Walden University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
5-1-2015
Originally Published In
Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0
Page Numbers
41-57
Abstract
Studies in Government contracting are relatively new manifestation to academic research. Expanding theories to practitioner challenges may offer new concepts and insights to potential solutions to these challenges. Through a review of relevant literature, the researcher sought to 1) identify an operational definition of sustainability in government contracting and 2) bridge gaps in information by exploring sustainability factors available for successful performance in government contracting. Findings provide noteworthy contributions of practices available to both businesses and contracting professionals designed to improve contracting performance and enhance business longevity for government contractors.
Comments

Tamara P. Williams is a Contracting Officer for the U.S. Federal Government and Doctor of Business Administration student at Walden University. She can be contacted at tpwilliams@hotmail.com.

Citation Information
Tamara P Williams. "Sustainability in Government Contracts: A Measure of Performance from the Contractor Perspective" Vol. 8 (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tamara_williams/1/