Finally, a faster FedRAMP? | Troy K. Schneider | FCW

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There have been many goals for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program since the concept was first floated in 2010: encouraging cloud adoption; “do once, use many times” efficiency; and trading check-box compliance for ongoing risk management, to name a few.

Source: Finally, a faster FedRAMP? | Troy K. Schneider | FCW

What agencies are asking about FedRAMP | Mark Rockwell | FCW

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FCW talked with FedRAMP evangelist Ashley Mahan about her role in helping agencies adopt cloud technology.

Source: What agencies are asking about FedRAMP | Mark Rockwell | FCW

What really goes on inside the FedRAMP office | Zach Noble | FCW

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As director of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, Goodrich is at the bustling, bureaucratic center of the federal government’s cloud market.

Source: What really goes on inside the FedRAMP office | Zach Noble | FCW

Contracting Groups Blast ‘Flawed’ Approach to $17.5B Pentagon Contract | Frank Konkel | Nextgov.com

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The groups take issue with the Pentagon’s choice to source the Encore III contract through the “lowest price, technically acceptable” selection process.

Source: Contracting Groups Blast ‘Flawed’ Approach to $17.5B Pentagon Contract | Frank Konkel | Nextgov.com

8(a) Mentor-Protege JV Didn’t Qualify for SDVOSB Set-Aside | Steven Koprince | SmallGovCon

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An 8(a) mentor-protege joint venture did not qualify for an SDVOSB set-aside contract because the mentor firm was a large business, according to SBA OHA.

Source: 8(a) Mentor-Protege JV Didn’t Qualify for SDVOSB Set-Aside | Steven Koprince | SmallGovCon

New tool digitizes feds’ purchase forecasts, targets small-business users | New tool digitizes feds’ purchase forecasts, targets small-business users | Stephanie Kanowitz | Fierce Government IT

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The innovation team at 18F has created a tool to help the General Services Administration forecast the purchasing needs of federal agencies.

Source: New tool digitizes feds’ purchase forecasts, targets small-business users | Stephanie Kanowitz | Fierce Government IT

House Defense Bill Seeks to Protect Contractor ‘Religious Freedom’ | Charles S. Clark | Government Executive

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Democrats and LGBT activists call the language discriminatory.

Source: House Defense Bill Seeks to Protect Contractor ‘Religious Freedom’ | Charles S. Clark | Government Executive

DOD revamps source selection process | Bob Lohfeld | Washington Technology

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DOD’s new source selection process redefines best value, tightens the use of LPTA, and changes the definition of neutral past performance.

Source: DOD revamps source selection process | Bob Lohfeld | Washington Technology

PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Government Employees and Contractor Employees Working Side-by-Side | Paul D. Cederwall | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

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There are many situations where Government employees and contractor employees share offices, occupy cubicles in the same office space, or otherwise work in close proximity with one another.

Source: PNWC’s Government Contracting Update: Government Employees and Contractor Employees Working Side-by-Side | Paul D. Cederwall | PNWC’s Government Contracting Update

C&M Lawyers Conduct Live Webinar on OCIs and PCIs on Wednesday, May 11th – | James G. Peyster | Rob Sneckenberg | Government Contracts Legal Forum

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On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 at 1 PM Eastern, join our Crowell & Moring attorneys for a webinar entitled: “Organizational and Personal Conflicts of Interest: New and Pending Rules.”

Source: C&M Lawyers Conduct Live Webinar on OCIs and PCIs on Wednesday, May 11th – | James G. Peyster | Rob Sneckenberg | Government Contracts Legal Forum

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