Happy Friday, everyone! I don’t know about you but, as Thanksgiving inches closer, I can practically smell the turkey and stuffing. I hope you’re gearing up for a nice, holiday-shortened week.
Before the holiday, let’s take a look at the SmallGovCon Week In Review. In this week’s edition, we’ll discuss GSA intent to consolidate cybersecurity contract vehicles; a potential spending bonanza by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; results from DoD’s first-ever audit (spoiler, it failed); and more.
Have a great weekend!
- GSA proposes to consolidate cybersecurity vehicles into a single contract. [FedScoop]
- NGA forecasts over $800 million in FY19 contracts. [GovConWire]
- DoD fails its first-ever financial audit. [Federal News Network]
- Company agrees to pay $72,000 in back wages after compliance evaluation by U.S. Department of Labor. [U.S. Department of Labor]
- A reference for veteran-owned businesses and the challenges to accessing capital. [Federal Reserve Bank of New York]
- University and contractor agree to settle false claims allegations. [The News & Observer]