The end of the government’s fiscal year always brings a rash of government purchasing. We hope the government’s purchasing push has been good for all of our readers. As you recover from the busy last couple of weeks, enjoy this week’s updates in government contracting, which may help put some perspective on what just happened at the end of the last fiscal year and identify future trends for government acquisitions.
This week’s updates include a recap of large defense deals, the future of the Federal Data Strategy, and a State Department contracting officer convicted of bribery.
- Surveillance contractor that violated rules by copying traveler images, license plates can continue to work with CBP. [WashingtonPost]
- GSA’s Schedule Consolidation Effort on Track to Streamline Acquisition. [GovernmentCIOMedia]
- CDC making big changes to management structure. [FederalNewsNetwork]
- How Women-Owned Businesses Can Secure More Federal Contracts. [lbbusionessjournal]
- Modifications to Cost or Pricing Data Reporting Requirements. [FederalRegister.gov]
- Where does the Federal Data Strategy go from here? Evidence panel members revisit ideas. [FederalNewsNetwork]
- 5 Massive Defense Deals You Have Might Missed in Last Week’s Pentagon Contracts Update. [fool.com]
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