Bloomberg Report Examines Trends Across Federal Sectors

September 21, 2017 Despite procurement concerns, vendors made out well in 2016 Federal News Radio, Jason Miller, September 5, 2017 Federal procurement spending is up. The number of mergers and acquisitions are skyrocketing. And overall, despite worries about the transition … Continued

Proper Authority Needs to be Signor

September 19, 2017 Release of Claims: Contractor Signatory Must Have Authority SmallGovCon, Steven Koprince, September 12, 2017 What goes around, comes around. The government sometimes refuses to pay a contractor for a modification when the government official requesting the modification … Continued

Acquisition Trends from FY2017 Examined

September 7, 2017 Top 10 acquisition trends of FY17 Federal Times, Michael Fischetti, August 25, 2017 As the final push for fiscal 2017 contract obligations comes to an end, it’s helpful to take a step back and assess the contracting … Continued

Government Contractors Need to be Prepared

June 28, 2017 Are You Prepared for a Contract Cancellation? Source: Washington Technology, Darrell Hinemand, Brina Courtney, June 9, 2017 You should be Going back to his campaign pledges, President Trump promised to cut government waste in conjunction with cutting … Continued

Past Performance Questionnaire one way of Providing References

March 29, 2017 Government References Didn’t Complete PPQs? “Too Bad,” Says GAO Source: SmallGovCon, Candace Shields, March 21, 2017 Federal contractors frequently find themselves in the position of needing to establish their past performance credentials to secure future contracts – … Continued

New Report Assists Vendors Anticipating Recompetes

March 6, 2017 Report looks at how Trump’s policies, expiring contracts will impact competitiveness Source: FederalTimes, Tony Ware, March 1, 2017 The departments of Education, State and the Army are among those with the most documented bids for contracts expiring … Continued

Infrastructure Improvements Proposed by New Administration

February 1, 2017 New administration’s infrastructure list could mean billions of dollars in government contract opportunities Source: Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center, Chuck Schadl, January 26, 2017 The Trump Administration has compiled a list of about 50 infrastructure projects nationwide — … Continued