SmallGovCon Week In Review March 25 – March 29, 2019

It’s a rainy Friday here in Lawrence—the perfect type of weather to either take a nap or read something interesting. Because we can’t do the former, we’ll settle on the latter.

In this edition of the Week In Review, we’ll look at a list of the largest government contractors, a new secure cloud, and more examples of #govcon personnel behaving badly.

Have a great weekend!

  • DoD testing secure cloud to help small contractors protect data. [FederalNewsNetwork]
  • Ex-Army colonel pleads guilty in contractor kickback scheme. [GovExec]
  • These 30 companies, including Boeing, get the most money from the federal government. [USAToday]
  • A review of NASA’s engineering and technical services contracts. [SpaceRef]
  • Michigan man charged with falsely claiming SDVOSB status in order to receive $12 million in contracts. [Justice.Gov]
  • House oversight committee approves ‘ban the box’ bill for agencies, contractors. [FederalNewsNetwork]
  • What does ‘best-in-class’ really mean for federal contracts? [FederalNewsNetwork]
  • Immediately effective policy memo released for accounting firms auditing the DoD. [Memo]

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