SmallGovCon Week in Review: June 10 – 14, 2019

Welcome to another addition of SmallGovCon’s week in review. While you might be on vacation (and feel free to wait to read this until you get back), the world of government contracting spins on.

In this week’s edition, there are some interesting updates including paying back wages to federal government contractors who were not paid during the government shutdown, merging OPM with the General Services Administration and the latest in space contracting.

Have a great weekend!

  • SpaceX Sues the Government Over $2 Billion In Rocket Contracts. [YahooFinance]
  • Leading lobbyist launches new space firm. [Politico]
  • Savannah River Site contractor settles false claims allegations for $1.6 million. [AikenStandard]
  • The F-35 and the Captured State. [POGO]
  • Congress, DoD and the military branches had warnings and proof of problems in base housing. [WUSA9]
  • Oracle’s latest JEDI filings cite AWS, ex-DoD official’s conflict of interest. [FederalNewsNetwork]
  • House expected to approve back pay for federal contractors from January shutdown. [WashingtonPost]
  • Getting rid of an agency isn’t easy. [RollCall]

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