Virginia Supreme Court Says At-Will Employees Can Be Terminated Without Advance Notice – Woods Rogers PLC

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As you know, most private sector employees in Virginia are “at-will” employees, which means that either the employee or the employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time with or without cause. In a recent decision, Johnston v. William E. Wood & Associates, Inc., No. 151160 (S. Ct. Va. June 2, 2016), the Supreme… Read more

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Category Management Sinking in, but Unclear How Deep

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Download the CAO Survey results.

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Tech’s biggest Fortune 500 companies | Network World

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Tech’s biggest Fortune 500 companies

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The SBA Final Rule Implementing the FY2013 NDAA Part I: SBA Overhauls the Method for Calculating Compliance with the Limitation on Subcontracting Requirement

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The goal of the limitation on subcontracting requirement is to ensure that a certain amount of work is performed by a small business concern (SBC) when it qualifies for a small business program set-aside or sole source procurement due to its socioeconomic program status. SBA’s final rule, Small Business Government Contracting and National Defense Authorization… Continue Reading

Source: The SBA Final Rule Implementing the FY2013 NDAA Part I: SBA Overhauls the Method for Calculating Compliance with the Limitation on Subcontracting Requirement – Government Contracts Legal Forum

Top FOIA official: Give agencies a hand in ‘massive search’ for documents | FederalNewsRadio.com

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One of government’s leading officials on FOIA says agencies need more open channels of communication with members of public seeking government records.

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Federal Contract Spending Dipped 1.5% in 2015, Study Finds – Contracting – GovExec.com

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Bloomberg Government predicts a rebound over the next two years.

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

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An independent review process is critical to your VETS 2 and Alliant 2 bids. Seek a second opinion in order to produce a compliant bid with the maximum possible score.

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Multiple Bid Protests Lead to RFP Cancellation | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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In 2013, the Air Force issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for comprehensive fleet management for various special-purpose vehicles and trailers to support base stand-ups and continued operations of the Saudi F-15 aircraft fleet. The Air Force initially selected SupplyCore’s proposal for award. However that award held up because two “disappointed” offerors protested to the GAO (Government Accountability Office). The GAO sustained the protest so the Air Force had to conduct additional analyses and evaluations. After that, the Air Force, once again, selected SupplyCore’s proposal for award. This time, three “disappointed” offerors protested the bid, which, in November 2015, the GAO sustained their protests. After the GAO tossed out the second award, the Air Force notified the offerors that it was cancelling the solicitation. The Air Force informed the offerors that, given the amount of time that has passed between the original solicitation and the second GAO protest decision, the program team was asked to perform a re-assessment of the needs and determined that the services were no longer required.

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