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The Atlanta-based consultancy, Tribute Contracting, whose $156 million contract to provide meals to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico was canceled, had submitted a work proposal which numerous instances of plagiarism and false claims of capabilities, according to three Democratic senators.  Read More

After years of cuts or fixed-pending levels, many federal agencies look to be facing an unfamiliar issue: spending an influx of funds with only several months to get it done. A recent agreement made by leaders in Congress, which was signed into law by President Trump boosted non-defense discretionary spending for agencies by $63 billion in fiscal 2018.  Read More

An independent risk assessment conducted this month found that the security posture of U.S. government contractors was markedly worse than the federal agencies that use these third-party services, suggesting contractors must raise their game and bridge the gap. The analysis, performed by security ratings firm BitSight, covered more than 120 federal agencies, and over 1,200 federal government contractors divided across six different industry sectors.  Read More

According to the National Law Review, federal contractors should be reminded that, in addition to posting the Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster -- federal contractors and subcontractors that may have entered into new or modified federal contracts on or after January 11, 2016, must also post the EEO is the Law Poster Supplement.  Read More

On February 1, 2018, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) sent Corporate Scheduling Announcement Letters (CSAL) to 1,000 federal contractors notifying the contractors that the OFCCP might conduct audits of specific contractor's establishments in 2018.  Read More

Although, the federal government shutdown that began on Jan. 20, 2018 is not over, the impasse that led to it -- is not. With the short-term funding extension enacted by Congress expiring on Feb. 8, 2018, many federal contractors remain uncertain regarding government contract, labor and employment, and other laws. The interval of funding however, gives them a chance to prepare for the next shutdown.  Read More

For government contractors concerned about the possibility of continued impasse with short-term funding set to expire February 8, 2018. The following issues -- beyond contract management concerns -- are important to be aware of in the event of another government shutdown.  Read More

Many Federal contractors may find themselves with new stringent cybersecurity requirement to comply with after the General Services Administration (GSA) announced it is tightening the rules for protecting sensitive, non-classified data.  Read More

The National Association of Government Contractors today announced two new benefits for member companies. NAGC members now have access to Amazon Business! Receive 20% off select Amazon items* up to $500, plus other business-only prices and more. We are also excited to announce that NAGC has secured an amazing hotel offering for its members. You now have access to exclusive negotiated rates at thousands of hotels worldwide through Hotel Engine.  Read More

Representative Don Bacon (R-NE) introduced H.R. 4754, the Change Order Transparency for Federal Contractors Act, on Wednesday. The bill's cosponsors include Rep. Steve Knight (R-CA), Rep. Al Lawson (D-FL), and Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL). The adage "time is money" is true for many businesses, especially so for small businesses. Requests for equitable adjustments to a contract, more commonly known as change orders, are abundant on federal construction projects.  Read More

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