This weekend will get into the 60s, so I’ll be spending some time outdoors soaking up the nice weather. Hope everyone is able to enjoy some nice weather too. As you prepare for your weekend, stay up to date with some of these key government contracting updates.
This week’s stories include continued use of LPTA, increased enforcement of wage regulations, and SBA’s audit plans.
- Something federal contractors thought they’d gotten rid of is popping up [FedNewsNet]
- Small Number of States Dominate Defense Spending [NatDefMag]
- Biden DOL Targeting Government Contractors for Wage Enforcement [BloomLaw]
- Audits Division 2021 Oversight Plan [SBA]
- Microsoft President Calls for Bid Protest Reforms [NextGov]
- Postal Service Finally Awards Contract to Replace Decades-Old Vehicle Fleet [GovExec]
- GSA’s Second-Generation IT (2GIT) Governmentwide BPA Streamlines Process for Buying IT Products [GSA]
- Challenge accepted [DCMA]
- Former Air Force Contractor Pleads Guilty to Illegally Taking 2,500 Pages of Classified Information [DOJ]
- O’Fallon Building Co. Settles Fraud Claims [DOJ]
- Louisiana Man Charged With Conspiracy to Defraud the Government and Violate the Procurement Integrity Act and Lying To Federal Agents [DOJ]
- GSA Drops 5 Vendors, Adds 9 to $5.5B 2GIT Contract [NextGov]
- DOJ could start looking closer at cybersecurity fraud on government technology providers [FedNewsNet]