SmallGovCon Week In Review February 25 – March 1, 2019

Holy smokes, can you believe it’s already March? In just a few short weeks, spring will (finally) be here and Q1 will be at an end.

We hope that you’re gearing up for a nice weekend. But before you punch out, let’s take a look at the-week-that-was. In this edition of the Week In Review, we’ll try to put a maligned website out of its misery, look at increasing cybersecurity requirements, and explore a new Pentagon contract.

Have a great weekend!

  • The end is near for the “worst website in government.” [FederalNewsNetwork]
  • Hill AFB’s FARsite to be retired in September this year. [ContractingAcademy]
  • What you don’t know about the Pentagon’s DEOS contract. [Nextgov]
  • GAO reports DOE could better assess management and operating contractor costs. []
  • GSA outlines plans to streamline the agency’s internal operations. [FedScoop]
  • Contractors to face more stringent cybersecurity requirements. [WashingtonExec]

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