Hope everyone had a great Halloween yesterday! Around these parts, the thermometer got down to freezing last night. But I took the kids out for a quick trick-or-treat outing down the street. And we also had some fun painting pumpkins in the office.
Next week on Tuesday, John Mattox will be in Fort Bliss, TX for the 14th Annual Veterans Business Conference. And I’ll be in Warrensburg, MO on Wednesday for Congresswoman Hartzler’s Procurement Conference. We hope to see many of our SmallGovCon readers out there!
Amidst all the spooky fun, the government contracting news kept rolling in. This week, we highlight updates about supply chain cybersecurity, DOD modernizing software development, and the Pentagon announcing a big push to incorporate 5G technology.
- Gov’t Contractor Arrested on Bribery and Wire Fraud Charges. [allongeorgia]
- Feds target Lockheed Martin ‘scheme’ to boost profits from Hanford contract. [spokesman]
- Engineering firm CH2M Hill will pay $6.4 million for overbilling U.S. government. [seattletimes]
- GSA Wants Industry Insights on Offering Human-Centered Design Services. [nextgov]
- With JEDI awarded, DOD turns to modernizing software development. [fedscoop]
- Crackdown on Supply Chain Cybersecurity. [afcea.org]
- Democrats renew push for contractor back pay from government shutdown.[thehill]
- Pentagon announces big push to incorporate 5G technology for military use. [federalnewsnetwork]