SmallGovCon Week in Review: May 14 – 18, 2018

As we head into the second half of May, it is time for graduation parties and summer fun.  But before we enjoy the weekend, it’s Friday and time for the SmallGovCon Week in Review.

In this week’s edition, we highlight GAO giving contractors a second chance to make it into the OASIS unrestricted pool; an audit showing that DOD isn’t giving small businesses enough opportunity; DSS’ plans for a new methodology to vet security of contractor facilities; and more.

  • GSA plans to add vendors to two OASIS Unrestricted pools. [Bloomberg Government]
  • Google employees resign over company’s involvement with Project Maven. [fedscoop]
  • Auditor report states DSS only accomplished 60% of its workload during 2016.  [Nextgov]
  • North Carolina man sentenced to 6 years in prison for accepting bribes at U.S. Army Communications. [U.S. Department of Justice]
  • Head of GSA looking to reshape procurement schedules to reduce duplication and save money. [fedscoop]

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