Happy Friday! School started this week and I’m not sure who was more excited, the kids or the parents? Seems like the summer school break flew by. It’s really fun to see all those first day of school photos that the parents are posting.
Here in Lawrence, Kansas the university students are also back in town and the energy level is always palpable as the semester is starting. We hope you had a nice summer and were able to get out and enjoy a little family time, prior to the start of the school year. Enjoy the weekend!
And now, the news in federal government contracting, as the fiscal year comes to a close, there are updates on some big MACs, government IT and cybersecurity, and new DOL regulations.
- Department of Labor to Offer Online Seminars for Employers, Workers in September on Recent Updates in Regulations for Federal Contractors
- Government IT provider challenges elimination from a $50B solicitation in federal court
- Multiple award schedule pricing paradoxes
- How federal acquisitions will help recovery in Maui
- How to cut the chances of getting hit with a protest
- DoD’s JWCC memo is a scene setter for the future of cloud
- A Snapshot of Government-Wide Contracting for FY 2022
- Things are cookin’ at the DHS Procurement Innovation Lab
- Trends in the government market
- SBA administrator steps into Eisenhower’s back yard on 70th anniversary of agency’s launch
- IRS must improve oversight of third-party cybersecurity, watchdog says
- Blame the lawyers if your agency is paying 10%-to-25% more for certain cloud services