This past week, the whole Kansas City region (including our office) as well as much of the nation, celebrated the Chiefs victory in the Super Bowl. It was a long time coming for the Chiefs, but a well-deserved win.
While perhaps not as exciting as the Super Bowl, this week also saw some intriguing federal contracting stories. Among them, new details on DOD cybersecurity initiatives, continuing GSA schedule consolidation, and the Army and Navy work on a modern contract writing system.
- DoD to Require Cybersecurity Certification From Defense Contractors. [bleepingcomputer]
- GSA keeping ‘on track’ with schedule consolidation. [fedscoop]
- DoD to drop second piece of supply chain cyber puzzle. [federalnewsnetwork]
- GSA Praised for Progress on Contracting Schedule Consolidation . [govexec]
- CIA reveals multi-cloud C2E procurement details in new draft. [fedscoop]
- Chesapeake man steals nearly $200k from Navy through false contracts. [wavy]
- Procurement Reporting Tool Is Moving to SAM But FPDS.gov Isn’t Going Anywhere. [nextgov]
- ICE seeks support for app that tracks visa, immigration violators. [fedscoop]
- Government, industry officials share small satellite cybersecurity concerns. [spacenews]
- Army, Navy facing critical moments as deployments of modern contract writing systems near. [federalnewsnetwork]
- Contractor Watchdog Head Tapped for Government Worker Agency .[bloomberglaw]