Happy Friday! We hope your August is off to a great start. Before we head out for the weekend, let’s review the week that was in government contracting.
In this week’s edition of SmallGovCon Week In Review, we’ll consider federal contract procurement reforms, USDA modernization efforts, and more.
Have a great weekend!
- Federal acquisition reforms offer new opportunities for small businesses. [National Defense]
- Fiscal Year 2019 NDAA provisions continue to reform the federal procurement process. [Federal News Radio]
- Provisions in this year’s Defense Authorization Bill could make an impact on changes to federal procurement. [Federal News Radio]
- GSA moves forward with pilot SBIR program, encouraging research and development between small businesses and government contractors. [Federal Times]
- GAO suggests DoD improve its information sharing system in order to more quickly determine whether products are commercial and reasonably priced. [GAO]
- USDA seeks to further IT updates by issuing RFQs for phase II of its IT Modernization Centers of Excellence initiative. [FedScoop]
- Federal Acquisition Supply Chain Security Act of 2018 seeks to boost IoT security through the procurement process. [AEIdeas]