Happy Friday to our SmallGovCon readers! This weekend, I’ll be watching my hometown Chiefs as they begin their journey towards repeating as Super Bowl Champions. Hope you all have have a nice weekend.
But before the weekend, be sure to check out some important federal contracting updates. This week saw a number of key updates for government contractors, including a commentary on GSA bid protest success, a number of GSA acquisitions, and a GSA supply chain security measure.
- When it comes to bid protests, vendors playing with even money at GAO [FedNewsNet]
- GSA kicks starts 2021 with an acquisition potpourri [FedNewsNet]
- Consolidation of Mentor-Protégé Programs and Other Government Contracting Amendments; Correction [FedReg]
- Women-Owned Small Business and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business Certification; Correction [FedReg]
- Connecticut Electrical Contractor Agrees to Pay $3.2 Million to Resolve Criminal and Civil Investigation [DOJ]
- GSA removing all non-DOD approved drones from multiple-award contracts [FedScoop]
- GSA introduces supply chain security process under Polaris contract [FedScoop]
- U.S. Department of Labor Recovers $141,047 in Back Wages for Louisiana-Based Employees of Security Contractor [DOL]
- Insitu Inc. to Pay $25 Million to Settle False Claims Act Case Alleging Knowing Overcharges on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Contracts [DOJ]
- Contractors ponder their place in vaccine queue [FedNewsNet]