We’ve been enjoying some spring-like weather in these parts lately with highs in the 60s. But March is not just the start of spring, it’s also peak government contracts season.
Here are some interesting stories from the last week in federal government contracting, among them when the first CMMC training course for auditors will come out, e-commerce platforms rumblings, and securing the government’s technology supply chain.
- White House, GSA positions on e-commerce platforms perplex industry association. [federalnewsnetwork]
- How to secure the U.S. government’s technology supply chain. [fifthdomain]
- Space Force offers sneak peak at agile acquisition plans. [fedscoop]
- Congress Frustrated With Agencies Behind on EIS Transition. [meritalk]
- White House removes DoD comptroller nominee who raised Ukraine defense aid concerns. [federalnewsnetwork]
- DoD Eyes First CMMC Training Course for Auditors in April. [govconwire]
- Top Four Ways to Write a Losing Federal Proposal. [linkedin]
- An update on GSA’s schedule consolidation. [federalnewsnetwork]
- HHS’ shutdown of assisted acquisition services remains painful, wasteful. [federalnewsnetwork]