SmallGovCon Week in Review: September 6-10, 2021

Welcome to Friday, SmallGovCon readers!  Now that the weather is cooling off a little, we hope you’re able to enjoy the great outdoors a little more.  However, before you head outside, maybe you’d like to take a few minutes to check out some articles we’ve selected for you about federal government contracting.  We’d especially like to turn your attention to our first featured article about National PTAC Day coming up next week with a special shout-out to them for all the great work they do supporting small businesses. Other interesting news includes the remaining CIO-SP4 protests and how to prepare for a continuing resolution in government funding. Enjoy the articles and have a fantastic weekend!

  • National PTAC Day is coming up next week APTAC
  • Eight bid protests over CIO-SP4 solicitation yet to be resolved FedScoop
  • The DOD is seeking public comments on barriers facing small businesses in working with the agency Federal Register
  • Now is the time for federal contractor to prepare for a continuing resolution Federal News Network
  • Of 20 Construction of Facilities projects audited by NASA’s Office of Inspector General, “6 incurred significant cost overruns ranging from $2.2 million to $36.6 million and 16 of the projects are 3 months to more than 3 years behind their initial schedules.”
  • GSA names Raylene Yung director of Tech Modernization Fund FedScoop
  • 20 years after 9/11, TSA officers renew calls for higher pay Federal News Network
  • Former DOD Subcontractor Sentenced to Federal Prison for Submitting False Claims For Hours Worked United States Department of Justice
  • SBA Announces National Small Business Week Virtual Summit Event Schedule for September 13-15
  • Data Rights Relevant to Weapon Systems in Air Force Special Operations Command