I was going to wish a Happy New Year to our readers, and I still hope people are having a nice start to the New Year. But the recent violence in the Capital has cast a pall over the start to this year. As citizens of this fine country and people striving to improve federal government services, I think we can agree it was an event that should never be repeated.
But, as federal contractors know, the government continues to function and we bring you these recent federal contracting updates, including reports on spending in the last fiscal year, relief funds going to contractors, and an expansion of Women’s Business Centers.
- What does CMMC really mean for small businesses? [FedNewsNet]
- With new cloud policy, Navy moves back to a centralized approach [FedNewsNet]
- A Decade in Federal Discretionary Spending [ThePulseGovCon]
- Money will start coming in for federal contractors [FedNewsNet]
- Federal Contract Spending: Five Trends in Five Charts [BloombergGov]
- SBA Launches Largest Expansion of Women’s Business Centers in 30 Years [SBA]
- Fiscal 2020 Pentagon Contracting Hits Record $445 Billion [BloombergGov]
- Entire DC Guard, plus 500 from MD and others from VA, activated after pro-Trump protestors storm Capitol [MilitaryTimes]