SDVOSB Fraud: Indictment In $13.8 Million “Rent-A-Vet” Case – SmallGovCon

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SDVOSB fraud allegations, centering on a purported “rent-a-vet” scheme, have resulted in the indictment of two Missouri men and their company.

Source: SDVOSB Fraud: Indictment In $13.8 Million “Rent-A-Vet” Case – SmallGovCon

Scamadviser.com – Did you receive an email like below from FedGovConnect?

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These Contracts Match 80% or Higher With {company name} DSBS Small Business Profile.

There are 281 federal contracts valued at $248,175,861.85 for Computer Systems Design service contracts located near {company location} coming up for bid in the next 6 months that are considered “highly matched” based on {company name} profile in the Dynamic Small Business Search:

Name of Firm: {company name}

CAGE Code:

DUNS Number:

NAICS Code:

General Industry:

Location (City, ST):

Matching Keywords Identified? Yes

Matching Capabilities Narrative? Yes

Qualifies for Small, Local Set-Aside? Yes

Please email me a copy of your company’s Capabilities Statement, and I’ll conduct a little more research to determine which of these opportunities best fit your organization.

FedGovConnect specializes in connecting small businesses to matching federal contracts based on industry, location and size. Our goal is to get these contracts set-aside for local small businesses like yours.

Of the 281 contracts that match your company profile, 66% were previously awarded to companies outside the state of …. Again, our goal is to keep these contracts local small businesses like yours.

To learn more about these matching opportunities before they are posted publicly for companies outside …. to bid on, please contact me directly at 844-628-8912.

Darlene Joyner

FedGovConnect

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Prohibition on Confidentiality Agreements related to Fraud, Waste, and Abuse | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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The FAR Councils published a final rule last week that prohibits contracting with any company that requires employees (or subcontractors) to sign internal confidentiality agreements that restrict such employees (or subcontractors) from lawfully reporting waste, fraud, or abuse to a designated Government representative authorized to receive such information. This restriction on contracting applies to grants and cooperative agreements as well.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Prohibition on Confidentiality Agreements related to Fraud, Waste, and Abuse

GAO Denies Alliant 2 Protests, Evaluations to Come – Nextgov.com

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The protests questioned GSA’s self-scoring system and baseline price.

Source: GAO Denies Alliant 2 Protests, Evaluations to Come – Nextgov.com

Cost Relating to Congressional Investigations May Be Unallowable | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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The rules governing allowability of legal costs when a contractor has been charged with some form of wrongdoing is fairly well established. Generally, if the case is resolved by something other than complete vindication, the associated legal (and other related) costs will probably be questionable. FAR 31.205-47 describes it this way.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Cost Relating to Congressional Investigations May Be Unallowable

What to make of the Alliant 2 protest rulings — FCW

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With the pre-award protests all resolved in GSA’s favor, is the $50 billion IT services contract now bulletproof?

Source: What to make of the Alliant 2 protest rulings — FCW

Art of Saying “No” for Small Business Leaders – Anthony Bradley

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“Just say no.” “No means no.” So simple, so straight forward, and yet so inaccurate… so inadequate. When it comes to project portfolio management I often hear the sage advice of “just say no.” As if it were that easy. I just had a great discussion on this with Gartner VP and Distinguished Analyst, Tina …

Source: Art of Saying “No” for Small Business Leaders – Anthony Bradley

Top FCA Developments of 2016 – Government Contracts Legal Forum

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Congress amended the civil False Claims Act in 1986 to give the statute more teeth as a fraud enforcement tool. Thirty years later, FCA litigation is as active as ever with more than 800 new cases filed in 2016, which is the second highest number of new cases on record. Not only was 2016 a… Continue Reading

Source: Top FCA Developments of 2016 – Government Contracts Legal Forum

[Webinar replay] Top 20 bids for 2017—and the market trends that will affect how you build your pipeline | Lohfeld

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Get our govcon experts’ insights on the Top 20 bids for 2017 and the market trends that will affect how you build your pipeline – watch the webinar replay.

Source: [Webinar replay] Top 20 bids for 2017—and the market trends that will affect how you build your pipeline | Lohfeld

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