The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act has established a new small business prototyping pilot program, and authorizes $250 million in funding for the
Onvia’s business clients were recently migrated to Onvia 7, which provides them with a greater volume of government contract leads that are more relevant and of higher quality.
The Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) has significantly reformatted its on-line version of the Contract Audit Manual (CAM).The on-line version of CAM is the only version currently available – DCAA discontinued the print version several years ago. The previous on-line versions were simply .PDF copies of the printed version. The new formatting takes advantage of web-based navigation (e.g. hyperlinking) so that the reader, looking at the table of contents in one of the chapters, can navigate directly to the selected section by clicking within the table of contents. Additionally, there are copious hyperlinks within the text itself that take you directly to a FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulation) section, or other regulations or statutes, etc. Clicking on a double asterisks will take you back to the table of contents for that chapter. The topical index, although sharing the formatting style used throughout CAM, does not contain hyperlinks. Hopefully DCAA will remedy that omission shortly.
The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act extends the lifespan of the SBIR and STTR programs until September 30, 2022.
Our ontology team constantly updates our library of tags and evidence words – terms used to correctly categorize bids and RFPs.
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Donald Trump has tapped Linda McMahon, co-founder of World Wrestling Entertainment, to be the next leader of the Small Business Administration.
The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act restricts DoD’s use of low-price technically acceptable evaluations in favor of best value source selection
Senior director of client success Mina Mina discusses why it’s important for governments to embrace the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order and how to do so.
The cost principles in FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations) Part 31 do not cover every element of cost that may be incurred by a Government contractor. The absence of coverage of a particular cost category however does not mean the cost are automatically allowable, or even unallowable. Remember, a cost must also be reasonable and allocable to the contract and it must also comply with contract terms. There are a lot of situations where the Government will cap certain costs by inserting provisions in the contract. For example, DOE (Energy) likes to cap executive compensation and many Agencies will cap the amount of overtime that can be charged to their contract(s).