The CIO of the Commerce Department says he’d like to see more flexibility when it comes to acquisition and collaboration with industry.
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.
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
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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.
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.
GAO denied protest grounds challenging the ability of contract awardees to satisfy government requirements related to cybersecurity.
A “pass-through” contracting scheme, in which a large business conspired to evade the limitations on subcontracting, has resulted in a guilty plea.
Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are often filled with complicated, exacting requirements, some of which make sense, with many others that simply don’t. Regardless of perceived utility, a missed requirement can make or break your proposal scoring… and sometimes even result in a total disqualification. Moreover, careless mistakes can be glaring to evaluators, and affect your final score.Here are 10 things to double-check before you finalize your proposal and send it out.