Construction Program Guide
Suspension / Debarment
A suspension or debarment is a discretionary action taken by the Government to protect Federal procurement and programs from unethical contractors or contractors that have an unsatisfactory business records. The suspension/debarment process is meant to be a separate process from the civil or criminal justice system which has the objective of punishing the guilty parties.
- 2 CFR 180 OMB Guidelines to Agencies on Governmentwide Debarment and Suspension (non-procurement) (11/15/2006)
- Executive Order 12549 Debarment and Suspension (02/18/1986)
- FHWA Suspension and Debarment Process (Order 2000.2B) (11/07/2014)
- US DOT Order 4200.5E Suspension and Debarment Procedures and Ineligibility (03/15/2010)
- General Services Administration System for Award Management provides a complete, current list of all individuals and firms who are excluded or disqualified from covered transactions by the Federal Government.
- US Government Interagency Committee on Suspension and Debarment
- Sample Guidance Developed by the USDOT/ AGC / ARTBA / AASHTO Suspension & Debarment Work Group
- The Latest Developments in False Claims Acts, a presentation prepared by Mr. Jim Thiel, Counsel, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, March 2009