Move is part of Obama administration push for category management.
If you listened to my Selling IT to the Air Force Webinar last week, you probably heard a recurring theme: Air Force is driving toward multi-domain operations.
Last March, government contractors’ anti-human trafficking obligations were significantly expanded under FAR Subpart 22.17, Combating Trafficking in Persons, and its associated contract clause at FAR 52.222-50. Among other requirements, the amended FAR rule broadened the definition of trafficking in persons in government contracts, instituted new contractor reporting obligations, and implemented a number of additional compliance and…
A May 12, 2016, proposed rule issued by the Department of Defense, General Services Administration, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration estimates that it costs the government $907 to award and administer a contract.
Here’s our annual incurred cost submission due date reminder.
If you are a calendar year contractor (i.e. your accounting year ends on December 31st), and have a cost-type contract, your annual incurred cost submission is due on June 30th.
A former contractor has pleaded guilty for bribing two GSA employees for no-bid contract work.
Just one month remains until the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announce awards for the $25 billion Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC).
The federal government is a big spender, to the tune of $79 billion for Information Technology alone. The market is immense. The contracts are bigger and longer. For some startup boutique companies, a ‘small pilot’ in the government could be larger than its biggest commercial customer.
Washington, D.C. tech startups face an often daunting maze in pursuit of federal government contracts. Wanting to share her own map of that labyrinth after years as a government IT contractor drove Meagan Metzger to found tech startup accelerator Dcode42 just steps away from the White House last year. It’s the same mission that inspired her to create the series of events that make up Dcode42’s first Power Week.
As the government moves forward with category management of mobile devices and services, it represents a huge opportunity, but there are inherent risks as more contracts are consolidated.