SmallGovCon Week in Review: Nov. 2 – Nov. 6, 2020

Happy Friday, SmallGovCon readers. Even as the votes are sifted, the federal government continues to buy goods and services from contractors. To that end, here are some important updates from the last week.

These include veteran-owned small business trends, the critical role of CUI in federal supply chain security, and and update on the rule banning some Chinese equipment.

  • Government Contractor Agrees to Plead Guilty to Fraudulently Billing Federal and State Construction Contracts [DOJ]
  • Government Reduces Representation Burdens for Supply Chain Rule Banning Some Chinese Equipment [NextGov]
  • Staffing Government Procurement in the 21st Century [GeorgiaTech]
  • The Critical Role of CUI in Federal Supply Chain Security [FedScoop]
  • Infographic: Veteran-owned Small Business Trends [SCORE]
  • Regulatory Reform Initiative: Government Contracting Programs [FederalRegister]
  • What Do Federal Contractors Want Out of the 2020 Election Winner? [FederalNewsNetwork]
  • With an Election in the Air, Government Still Needs to Operate [FederalNewsNetwork]