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Defense Industry Market Forecast | ASD News

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Growing internal and external security concerns across the globe, combined with ambition of some countries to gain military prowess has led to the growth of defense and security market in recent times. Defense and security market constitutes both three divisions of defense forces (Land, sea and air-based forces) and homeland security. Weapons and ammunitions used by defense and homeland security include fighting vehicles, surveillance equipment, security infrastructure, missiles, navy vessels, military transport, logistics vehicles and among others. Role of defense and homeland security departments is to protect land and sea borders from hostile countries and terrorist outfits, critical infrastructure security, security of people and law enforcement.

Source: Defense Industry Market Forecast

10 Common Traits Among Successful Small Business Government Contractors | SMALL BUSINESS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING (SBFGC)

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As a volunteer counselor over the last decade, I have noted common traits among the most successful small business federal government contractors.  The following are 10 of the most prominent traits and tips on how successful small companies developed them

Source: SMALL BUSINESS FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING (SBFGC): 10 Common Traits Among Successful Small Business Government Contractors

Commerce CIO: Flexibility needed for public-private parntership

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The CIO of the Commerce Department says he’d like to see more flexibility when it comes to acquisition and collaboration with industry.

Source: Commerce CIO: Flexibility needed for public-private parntership

Joe Petrillo: Supreme Court decision means more set-asides – FederalNewsRadio.com

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Veteran-owned, small businesses got a boost from the Supreme Court recently. Its ruling on an obscure procurement by the VA opened up more set-asides.

Source: Joe Petrillo: Supreme Court decision means more set-asides – FederalNewsRadio.com

Significant Developments for Contractors in the Twilight of the Obama Administration – Government Contracts Legal Forum

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The final year of the Obama Administration has seen a flurry of activity that will affect the government contracting community.  Appearing on WJLA’s Government Matters program (available here at govtmatters.tv), Crowell & Moring Chair Angela Styles discussed some of the latest changes that will impact industry including the GSA’s final rule on transactional data reporting;… Continue Reading

Source: Significant Developments for Contractors in the Twilight of the Obama Administration – Government Contracts Legal Forum

Insights Blog | Proposal & Capture Management Consulting & Training from Lohfeld Consulting Group

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Watch the webinar replay or listen to the podcast to find out how to help your company work smarter and reinvent what you’re doing to remain competitive in today’s GovCon market.

Source: Insights Blog | Proposal & Capture Management Consulting & Training from Lohfeld Consulting Group

Must-attend July Events – Red Team Consulting

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Summer is in full swing! If you’ve got some time between the beach, the pool, and BBQ’s, here are some government-related events that we think you should check out:

Source: Must-attend July Events – Red Team Consulting

VA Issues Post-Kingdomware Acquisition Guidance – SmallGovCon

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The VA has issued an Acquisition Policy Flash providing interim guidance to VA Contracting Officers on implementing the Kingdomware Supreme Court decision.

Source: VA Issues Post-Kingdomware Acquisition Guidance – SmallGovCon

21 companies to provide COTS C2 equipment, services under $750M contract — Washington Technology

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Twenty-one companies have won spots on a $750 million contract to provide the Navy with commercial-off-the-shelf command and control equipment and support services.

Source: 21 companies to provide COTS C2 equipment, services under $750M contract — Washington Technology

GAO Tackles Cybersecurity | Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Blog

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GAO denied protest grounds challenging the ability of contract awardees to satisfy government requirements related to cybersecurity.

Source: GAO Tackles Cybersecurity | Government Contracts, Investigations & International Trade Blog

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