My poor, long-suffering Chicago Cubs will spend another winter without a World Series trophy. Maybe next year the Cubbies will finally break the Curse of the Billy Goat. In the meantime, there is plenty happening in the world of government contracting to keep my mind off of baseball.
In this week’s SmallGovCon Week In Review, a prison sentence is handed down in a SDVOSB fraud case while guilty pleas are entered in a separate case alleging DBE fraud, President Obama vetoes the 2016 NDAA, Carroll Bernard of GOVOLOGY provides an overview of the non-manufacturer rule, and much more.
- Three executives plead guilty to perpetrating a 16-year fraud on the government by claiming to be a disadvantaged business. [Construction Dive]
- The SBA’s Inspector General is concerned that flawed reporting requirements may be leading to inaccurate small business contracting numbers. [Business News Daily]
- GOVOLOGY brings you a guide to finding government opportunities for small businesses [GOVOLOGY]
- I’ve often told prospective mentors and proteges that I don’t “play matchmaker” between businesses. But there might be a matchmaker out there: a new tool may become the “Match.com” of building federal relationships. [Washington Business Journal]
- A 70-year old woman has been sentenced to 20 months in jail for her role in a SDVOSB fraud scheme. [Kansas City Star]
- Industry groups are widening their fight to reform False Claims Act processes. [Washington Technology]
- A guide to understanding the Non-Manufacturer Rule and what it means for distributors. [GOVOLOGY]
- President Obama had this to say about his veto of the 2016 NDAA. [The White House]