Happy summer, readers! We hope you have some fun plans for the season. Here at SmallGovCon we are gearing up for some nice R & R time with friends and family. But, the first few days of summer have been anything but lazy, with much activity in federal government contracting, including updates on the new OASIS (not the latest summer trend, rather the GSA services IDIQ), rumblings on the new NDAA, and how DoD is making things easier on small businesses.
As usual, please enjoy the articles we have included in this week’s WIR and have a great weekend.
- Procurement Scorecard Program; Treatment of Deobligations [FedReg]
- CONGRESS: Three things to watch in the House 2023 NDAA [FedNewsNet]
- OASIS+ or OASIS-Plus? Either way, GSA puts the next generation services contract on the fast track [FedNewsNet]
- TMF Board announces $94.8M for 3 network security projects [FedScoop]
- Biden signs bill creating federal cybersecurity rotational program [FCW]
- DOD Official Talks on Easing Process to Work With Small Businesses [DoD]
- Government Official Pleads Guilty to Accepting Bribes [DoJ]
- Contractual Remedies to Ensure Contractor Compliance with Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement Clause 252.204-7012, for contracts and orders not subject to Clause 252.204-7020; and Additional Considerations Regarding National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-171 Department of Defense Assessments [DoD]
- GSA Announces First Cohort of 40 U.S. Digital Corps Fellows [GSA]
- The General Services administration is downright spacey… it has three north stars [FedNewsNet]
- A new look at an old problem: the Pentagon’s weapons procurement [FedNewsNet]
- Defense agencies among worst ranked for disclosing contracting needs to businesses [FedTimes]
- Report: The slow destruction of the defense industrial base [FedNewsNet]