SmallGovCon Week in Review: November 14-18, 2022

Happy Friday, Readers! We had our first snow this week which was a reminder that winter is blowing in. The birds are flocking to the bird feeders, the geese are flying overhead and there seems to be a red-tailed hawk on every farm fence hunting for food. I say it’s time to snuggle in where it’s warm and enjoy some sports on the television, this weekend.

There was a lot of activity in federal government contracting this week. Here are some articles that we think might be of interest. Enjoy the weekend!

  • Ohio State University Pays Over $875,000 to Resolve Allegations that It Failed to Disclose Professor’s Foreign Government Support [DoJ]
  • CISA seeks public comment on upcoming major cyber incident reporting regulations [FedScoop]
  • The latest developments in key acquisition policy programs [FedNewsNet]
  • A procurement potpourri [FedNewsNet]
  • Construction Company Owner Pleads Guilty to Bid Rigging and Bribery [DoJ]
  • Proposed Rules Would Add Scrutiny of Environmental Impact to Major Federal Contracts [Fedweek]
  • Justice Department’s Procurement Collusion Strike Force Announces Four New National Law Enforcement Partners as it Enters its Fourth Year [DoJ]
  • Federal Acquisition Regulation: Disclosure of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate-Related Financial Risk [FedReg]
  • Contractors ponder the murky midterm election results [FedNewsNet]
  • The GAO ponders a steady drop in bid protests coming its way [FedNewsNet]
  • How Hispanic-owned businesses can thrive in government contracting []