Happy Friday! We hope you had a productive week. We are slowly exiting the deep freeze that we have been enduring the past few weeks, here in the midwest. We’ve had snow, ice, rain and sub degree temperatures! Not fun! We are looking forward to seeing the sun again and warmer days. Hope you are doing well and looking forward to a nice weekend.
This week in federal government contracting news saw some interesting stories, including a push to streamline contracting and GSA not following procurement rules.
- Contracting Vehicles: Understanding GSA Schedules, IDIQs, and Beyond
- Bipartisan bill strives for ‘more nimble and meaningful’ federal contracting
- Federal ‘neurodiversity’ initiatives slowly getting off the ground
- GSA hosts roundtable with business leaders on advancing equity in federal contracting
- Can a data environment actually improve federal procurement?
- Study: Growing Indian middle class on Nebraska reservation defies odds
- GSA Purchased Chinese-Manufactured Videoconference Cameras and Justified It Using Misleading Market Research
- DoD’s new memo puts stricter requirements on cloud providers
- Protests restart over CIO-SP4
- It’s time to rethink GovCon pricing to align with post-pandemic reality
- Technology Modernization Fund announces targeted investments to improve customer service and security
- United States Files False Claims Act Complaint Against Department of Energy Prime Contractor Alleging Millions of Dollars in Fraudulent Overcharging