On January 13, 2017, several Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) rules went into effect that you should be aware of if you have a small business.
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Trump issued an executive order to reduce the number of federal regulations, but its implementation is likely going to be subject to inherent difficulties.
The federal contracting space has been shaken, not stirred. Change happens almost daily in the Trump Administration, sometimes because of the latest Tweet.
If you accepted the Transactional Data Reporting rule requiring vendors to report government purchase prices, it’s time to understand reporting requirements.
DOL is seeking debarment of a contractor despite the company having no previous SCA violations and giving their full cooperation to the DOL investigation.
This tongue-in-cheek post explores the many ways Incurred Cost Proposals evoke some very specific emotions from those tasked with preparing them.
A new webpage on employee misclassification suggests that DOL will continue to view the abuse of independent contractor status as an enforcement priority.
President Trump notwithstanding, employment law compliance should remain a top concern in 2017 as local and state legal requirements continue to evolve.
See conclusions from a GSA Office of Inspector General report that reviewed Industrial Operations Analysts and conducted an audit of contractor assessments.
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.