Summer has officially started! Let’s get it started off with the SmallGovCon Week in Review.
This week’s edition includes a new FAR provision relating to the Kaspersky ban, NIH’s CIO-SP3 HUBZone awards, and much more.
- DoD, GSA, and NASA issue an interim rule amending the FAR to ban Kaspersky products. [federalregister.gov]
- NIH makes more CIO-SP3 on-ramp awards. [washingtontechnology.com]
- House appropriators putting the Defense Department on notice that they’ll be keeping a close eye on future OTA awards. [fcw.com]
- Former employee of U.S. government contractor in Afghanistan sentenced to 5 months in prison after pleading guilty to accepting illegal kickbacks. [justice.gov]
- EPA issues direct final rule to amend EPAAR by removing Mentor-Protégé clause requirement. [federalregister.gov]
- After pleading guilty to government procurement fraud, a former official at Scott Air Force Base sentenced to two years of probation. [stltoday]
- GSA needs to recognize that contracts with good selection and reasonable access fees are preferred over high fee, limited section vehicles. [federalnewsradio.com]
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