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GSA Makes It Easier To Buy ‘Highly Adaptive’ Cyber Services – Nextgov.com

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Agencies can start buying the new services starting in October.

Source: GSA Makes It Easier To Buy ‘Highly Adaptive’ Cyber Services – Nextgov.com

Auditor Testing of Paid Vouchers | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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Back in 2012, the authority for determining a contractor’s eligibility for direct billing – submitting vouchers without having them first approved by a contract auditor – was taken away from DCAA (Defense Contract Audit Agency) and correspondingly, all defense contractors were automatically eligible to bill their costs without DCAA pre-approval. This greatly streamlined the billing process, allowed contractors to be paid more quickly, thus ensuring improved cash flows.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Auditor Testing of Paid Vouchers

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

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Brenda Crist suggests making updating resumes a win-win proposition by teaching staff how to prepare professional accomplishment-based resumes and rewarding them with awards or small bonuses for a job well done.

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

FedRAMP Is Now At Least 3 Times Faster – Nextgov.com

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“We’re now talking under four months for the first authorization,” FedRAMP Director Matt Goodrich said.

Source: FedRAMP Is Now At Least 3 Times Faster – Nextgov.com

Failure to Comply with Solicitation Requirements Leads to Lost Opportunity | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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The VA (Department of Veterans Affairs) issued a solicitation to purchase healthcare furniture and associated services for medical centers, community-based outpatient clinics, vet centers, and other qualifying clinics and offices throughout the United States. Selection was to be made on a best-value basis considering technical capability, past performance, small business participation and price. Under the technical capability factor, vendors were instructed to submit, among other things, a certifying statement indicating that they can meet all service requirements as defined in the statement of work.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Failure to Comply with Solicitation Requirements Leads to Lost Opportunity

Report on VA Contractor Security Weaknesses Offers Lessons | Career Info Security

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A watchdog agency report highlighting data security violations by a Department of Veterans Affairs medical contractor offers a reminder to all healthcare

Source: Report on VA Contractor Security Weaknesses Offers Lessons

Cloud approval can cost over $2 million — FCW

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Cost estimates for FedRAMP authorization aren’t simple to calculate, but on average it runs about $2.25 million, according to GSA.

Source: Cloud approval can cost over $2 million — FCW

Larry Allen: New rules could threaten contractor outcomes – FederalNewsRadio.com

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With weeks left in the fiscal year, contractors are working to make 2016 sales numbers, but three new rules threaten higher risks, but also good outcomes.

Source: Larry Allen: New rules could threaten contractor outcomes – FederalNewsRadio.com

Meet the 2016 Fast 50 — Washington Technology

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Each year, we rank the fastest growing small businesses in the market, and this year’s list shows the wide-ranging diversity of small businesses in the federal space.

Source: Meet the 2016 Fast 50 — Washington Technology

Profiles of the 2016 Fast 50 — Washington Technology

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We profile select companies that are featured on the 2016 Washington Technology Fast 50.

Source: Profiles of the 2016 Fast 50 — Washington Technology

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