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Reporting Changes Coming to GSA

July 13, 2016 Vendors could save millions with new GSA reporting requirement Source: Federal Times, Aaron Boyd, June 22, 2016 The General Services Administration is publishing a final rule on June 23 for what it’s calling the “most transformational changes … Continued

Letter about Formal Protest Sent to US Army

July 11, 2016 Palantir lambastes Army over $206 million contract bidding Source: STARS AND STRIPES, Lizette Chapman, June 21, 2016   Palantir Technologies Inc. sent a letter to the U.S. Army saying it intends to sue over the way the … Continued

WOSB Certifiers Examined

July 7, 2016 WOSB Third-Party Certification: Which Certifier To Use? Source: SmallGovCon, Steven Koprince, June 9, 2016 Women-owned small businesses are increasingly seeking to become certified through one of four SBA-approved third-party WOSB certifiers.  But which third-party certifier to use? … Continued

Unpriced Schedule May be in the Future

July 6, 2016 A future where price is no longer a factor for many RFPs Source: Federal News Radio, Jason Miller, June 13, 2016 The General Services Administration first brought up the concept of having an “unpriced” schedule a year … Continued

LaGuardia PTAC Attends Annual Small Business and Procurement Expo

June 28, 2016 500 Businesses Network At LaGuardia CC Source: Campus News, June 20, 2016 Nearly 500 small business owners networked and explored potential contracting opportunities with government agencies, procurement representatives and prime contractors at LaGuardia Community College Business Services’ … Continued