SmallGovCon Week in Review: September 12-16, 2022

Happy Friday, Readers! Our weather here in Kansas has decided it’s not quite ready to be cooler for Fall just yet. You can bet though, when it does, it will decide abruptly. I’m taking my family on a camping trip this weekend to extend summer just a bit longer. Hope you are able to enjoy a great weekend with your family and friends.

Along the way, enjoy this roundup of the latest federal contracting news, including the new DoD deviations on flexibility in the face of inflation and SAM registration delays. Have a great weekend.

  • Federal contract workers call for wages to keep pace with inflation [FedTimes]
  • DOD’s Updated Guidance Suggests Ways to Manage Inflation-Related Cost Increases Under FFP Contracts [GovConWire]
  • Updated Guidance on Managing the Effects of Inflation With Existing Contracts [DoD]
  • The Keys to Becoming a Strong Government Contractor with Tiffany Bailey, OSC Edge [MyABSN]
  • Contractors race for year-end business, while agencies rush to spend [FedNewsNet]
  • DoD issues deviation after continued UEI transition delays [FedNewsNet]
  • The White House is releasing important cybersecurity guidance today [WashPost]
  • Multiple Award Contracts Ain’t All That: Go-To-Guy Timberlake [BGov]
  • Companies and Owner Sentenced in Federal Court for Defrauding Government Agencies [DoJ]
  • Class Deviation—System for Award Management [DoD]
  • White House publishes final President’s Management Agenda learning roadmap [FedScoop]
  • CISA to develop ‘self-attestation’ cybersecurity standards for federal software vendors [FedScoop]