Happy Friday, everyone! I’m back in the office after presenting at a HUBZone workshop sponsored by the Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network (Oklahoma’s PTAC). It was a great day, discussing HUBZone eligibility, compliance, and updates. For great events in your area, be sure to connect with your local PTAC!
Before we all head out for the weekend, let’s review the week in government contracting. In this edition of the Week In Review, we’ll look at efforts to speed up small business payments, the role of automation in government contracting, and more contractors behaving badly . . . .
Have a great weekend!
- Federal Contractor to pay $1,650,452 in back wages and benefits after DOL investigation. [DOL.gov]
- RPA more than a passing fad, just look at the data. [FederalNewsNetwork]
- New bill wants to speed up small business payments. [Washington Technology]
- Data, procurement and profitability in the public sector. [GovernmentNews]
- Small businesses seek billions in federal govcon market. [DaytonDaily]
- Portland company agrees to settle for selling NASA defective aluminum. [Oregonlive]
- Protest causes SEC to rethink evaluation strategy for IT contract. [NextGov]
- Alaska Native Corporation settles civil lawsuit filed by former employee. [NewsObserver]