You’ve got to love Kansas weather. Last week it was 65 degrees and sunny, and now we’re due for an ice storm. There’s always something new if you don’t like the current weather.
It’s kind of the same way with government contracting. There’s always something new. This week, there are updates about the government getting over $3 billion from False Claims Act Case, updates about the timing for CMMC cybersecurity certifications, and the goals of the new SBA administrator.
- How the Navy SEALs wound up buying 450 counterfeit radio antennas. [qz.com]
- Justice Department Recovers over $3 Billion from False Claims Act Cases in Fiscal Year 2019. [justice.gov]
- GSA clarifies requirements for commercial e-marketplace contract awards. [fedscoop]
- Defense Contractors to Face Added Costs With Cybersecurity Audit. [bgov.com]
- Randolph Air Force Base employee made millions in fraud scheme. [ksat.com]
- How the government wants agencies to regulate AI. [federaltimes.com]
- DOD Aims to Issue Proposed Rule for Certifying Contractors’ Cybersecurity in the Fall. [nextgov.com]
- Owners of Groveland Companies Charged for Defrauding Government Contracting Programs. [justice.gov]
- Consolidation of Mentor Protégé Programs and Other Government Contracting Amendments; Extension of Comment Period. [federalregister.gov]
- Certified Public Accountant Pleads Guilty To Participating In Federal Contract Bribe Conspiracy And Committing Tax Fraud. [justice.gov]
- Jovita Carranza Pledges to Create More Opportunities for Women, Underserved, and Veteran Entrepreneurs. [sba.gov]