A new GSA streamlined offer process allows contractors to submit for a new 20-year contract under the same Schedule at any time in the existing contract.
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If you’ve ever encountered the need to file a bid protest, you may remember feeling lost or overwhelmed the first time through the process. Maybe you were just confused and unsure of what would happen as you progressed from one step to the next. If you’re in the middle of a bid protest or… Read more »
Potential Intervenors Denied Intervention in Multi-Billion Dollar Protest as Having No Legal “Interest” in Protest The Court of Federal Claims issued a decision on September 27, 2016 denying two motions to intervene in a bid protest. Nevada Site Science Support and Technologies Corporation (NVS3T) filed a bid protest alleging that the Department of Energy’s… Read more »
GSA has finally proposed a rule to allow Order Level Materials (OLMs), frequently called Other Direct Costs (ODCs), into the Multiple Award Schedule program.
EPA has issued a final rule regarding self-certification for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) in procurements under financial assistance agreements.
Michael Kinsley once said a gaffe is telling an obvious truth you aren’t supposed to say. For example, unions talking about Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces.
From feeling like groundhog day to counterfeit part protection, catch up on developments in the federal contracting world. And why we have too many boxes.
GSA announced that a refresh of the Schedule 70 solicitation will include new Cybersecurity SINs called Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) SINs.
A quick hit guide to recent employment law developments on Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces regulations, severance agreements, and EEO-1 due dates.
The Federal Government issued a new cybersecurity rule in FAR Part 52.204-21 outlining 15 safeguarding requirements and procedures for federal contractors.