See conclusions from a GSA Office of Inspector General report that reviewed Industrial Operations Analysts and conducted an audit of contractor assessments.
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New Department of Labor overtime rule scheduled to take effect December 1, 2016 was blocked from going into effect by a federal judge in Texas.
As we lead up to Thanksgiving this week, Centre Law & Consulting hopes you enjoy a feast filled with many things to be thankful for this holiday season.
The Value Adjusted Total Evaluated Price Tradeoff is a Source Selection Procedure for the government to evaluate contractors beyond minimum requirements.
As we now have FY2016 in the rear-view mirror, the government has begun to look back at the past year and look ahead to 2017. GSA In the case of GSA, the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) commissioner, Tom Sharpe, reflected on the successes of the FAS program over the past year in a recent… Read more »
Raise Your Hand if You Want a Reenlistment Bonus to Redeploy – Oops Sorry, You Didn’t Read the Fine Print, Pay it Back Later Really? Seriously, this cannot be true. You, by that I mean you the Pentagon, as in The Pentagon, why are you making soldiers pay back reenlistment bonuses they were promised?… Read more »
The Pentagon’s Directorate for Intelligence issued a report warning against the use of Lenovo equipment because of concerns over potential cyber spying.
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.
If you’re in the middle of a bid protest or think you’ll need one soon, this quick guide walks you through a potential scenario of what can be expected.
A look at the latest news including new decisions in bid protests, another bid protest is deemed moot, and how Kim Kardashian made it to the Supreme Court.