SmallGovCon Week in Review: May 30-June 3, 2022

Happy June, Readers! Can you believe it’s the start of summer already? This year is certainly flying by. I hope you have lots of fun summer plans with family and friends. I know that I’m looking forward to it.

We’ve included several articles that hopefully provide some good information concerning federal government contracting today. Enjoy the weekend!

  • Small Business Size Standards: Notification of Two Virtual Public Forums on Size Protest [FedReg]
  • 4 Tips for Winning Government Infrastructure Contracts [ForConstPros]
  • DoD tells industry how it will handle cost of inflation [FedNewsNet]
  • US Military Budget 2022: How Much Does the U.S. Spend on Defense? [GovConWire]
  • Money Matters: Three SBA programs you probably haven’t heard of and could be taking advantage of [ARentMang]
  • NASA supports small business research to power future exploration [ASM&D]
  • How Does the Government Assist Small Businesses? [ExecBiz]
  • Why are too many GovGon websites so lacking in the basics? [WashTech]
  • DTRA Seeks Proposals for $4B Tech Contract to Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction [GovConWire]
  • How the Pentagon plans to manage inflation costs in contracts [FCW]
  • Previously banned labor law rule for federal contractors comes back into play [FedNewsNet]
  • Wage Compression In Government Contractors Needs To Be Addressed [Forbes]
  • Cross-agency working group reviewing gaps in federal cybersecurity capabilities [FedNewsNet]
  • Pentagon announces new leadership for chief digital, AI office [FedScoop]