GSA wants new U.S. Data Federation to become source and inspiration for more open data across government.
Congress bought itself more time to work out a fiscal 2017 budget by passing a continuing resolution, but an intractable fight remains on defense spending.
Four new special item numbers (SINs) for cybersecurity services sound like great opportunities.
The Department of Labor has announced the 2017 minimum wage rate for contracts covered by Executive Order 13658, Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors.
The first cloud security provider to complete the accelerated route through GSA’s cloud security authorization program took 15 weeks.
In August 2014, a contractor plead guilty for using fronting companies to secure 45 contracts totaling $23 million that were set aside for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs). In June 2015, a Grand Jury indicted three people from Puerto Rico for the same kind of scheme – calling it a multi-million dollar fraud. Just last month, the Justice Department announced another similar scheme where a company owner used stolen names and social security numbers to obtain $3 million in contracts that had been set aside for SDVOSBs.
New deal gives agencies wider use of procurement data keyed to DUNS numbers.
At the last-minute, lawmakers seem to have resolved the major sticking point involving funding to deal with the Flint water crisis.
Bob Lohfeld and Bill Gormley share how to find out how to help your company work smarter and reinvent what you’re doing to remain competitive in today’s GovCon market. Read the Q&A, watch the webcast, or listen to the podcast.
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Source: State of the CIO 2017 | CIO