Happy Friday! It’s football season and we couldn’t be more excited about how our Kansas teams are starting the season. This weekend’s match-ups are set to be exciting ones and our fall weather is proving to be perfect for getting out there and cheering on our favorite teams. We hope you can get out and enjoy a game or two this weekend.
Here are some noteworthy happenings in federal government contracting to peruse, this weekend, as well, including some updates on a potential government shutdown. Enjoy!
- Maryland couple plead guilty in submarine secrets sale case [FedNewsNet]
- US Navy moves ships and aircraft out of the path of Hurricane Ian [FedNewsNet]
- Contractors nervous as Congress hints at a government shutdown [FedNewsNet]
- Bill to consolidate federal agency software contracts expected to progress in Senate [FedScoop]
- Senate reaches a deal to avoid a shutdown, punts threat for 10 weeks [FCW]
- GSA to study demographic equity in remote identity tech [FCW]
- DOT, SBA and others team up to attract new entrants to the federal market [FCW]
- Small Business Size Standards: Adoption of 2022 North American Industry Classification System for Size Standards [FedReg]
- Veteran records bill advances in Senate, but panel deadlocks on NARA nominee [FedNewsNet]
- VA ‘not confident’ EHR issues preventing future rollouts are resolved following Oracle fix [FedNewsNet]
- Former Government Contractor Executive Pleads Guilty to Unlawful Campaign Contributions [DoJ]
- VA Selects 17 Contractors for $650M Health Care Tech Development Contract [GovConWire]