Happy Friday, everyone! With what seemed like the longest winter ever now officially behind us, it’s getting to be the time of year stuffed with weekend activities. At least that’s the case in my house: this weekend, my son has his first soccer game (and his dad has his first game coaching).
We hope that you’re gearing up for a weekend, too. Before we punch out, though, let’s review the news of the week. In this edition of the Week In Review, we’ll look at proposed improvements to DoD’s procurement process, additional cybersecurity considerations, improvements being made for the DoD procurement process, more cyber security suggestions, efforts to improve the supply chain, and more.
Have a great weekend!
- Intelligence leaders look to secure the supply chain from beginning to end. [Government CIO]
- DoD eyes amendments to fixed-price contract regulations. [InsideDefense]
- DoD will crack down on contractors not complying with cybersecurity standards. [FederalNewsNetwork]
- Contractor for a renovation project at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to pay $420,335 in back wages. [DOL]
- White House targeting opportunities to use emerging technologies to improve the federal acquisition process. [FedScoop]
- Sen. Marco Rubio unveils Federal Advance Contracts Enhancement or FACE Act. [FloridaDaily]
- Outsider tips for succeeding in government procurement. [SpendMatters]