Happy Friday! Brrr, another very cold day here in the Midwest. We are looking for relief next week as the forecast is set for warmer temperatures after this deep freeze. I think I speak for everyone when I say that we are ready! We hope that you are staying warm in your neck of the woods.
This week in federal government contracting saw some important stories, including the one-year anniversary of the SBA takeover of the SDVOSB program and the new defense industrial strategy.
- Small Business Size Standards: Notification of Two Virtual Public Forums on the2023 Revised Size Standards Methodology White Paper
- The Committee on Small Business (the Committee) is investigating National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) procurement decisions related to the Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (SEWP VI GWAC)solicitation.
- Another possible challenge for DoD’s $19B moving contract: No movers
- Forbes: Unprecedented Number of Entrepreneurs Opened Small Businesses in Past Three Years
- Sens. Cruz, Peters Introduce SHARE IT Act to Require Government Agencies to Share Code
- Governor Murphy Signs Legislation to Support Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses
- SBA Celebrates One-Year Success of VetCert Program
- 3 Major Contract Opportunities Shaping the Defense R&D Ecosystem
- Will the new defense industrial strategy actually produce results?
- Private capital for defense needs, DoD’s requirements system will be most challenging areas to address in the coming years
- Report: Federal Government Awarded Record $765B in FY 2023 Contracts
- Contractors can be forgiven if they’re grumpy this month
- GSA’s Polaris contract pulled back into protest vortex
- Veterans get lip service when it comes to small business loans