This past Monday Judge Crone of the U.S. Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted a nationwide Temporary Restraining Order prohibiting the OMB or the Department of Labor from beginning enforcement of most of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Regulations that were scheduled to go into effect on Tuesday. This means that the […]
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Starting October 1, and ending whenever Congress passes the 2017 NDAA, you can no longer protest civilian agency task orders, no matter the value, except in very limited circumstances that almost never occur. WHAT? It’s conventional wisdom that you can’t protest task order awards under $10M, but you can protest task order awards over $10M. […]
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In 2011 and 2012, as a follow up to the 2010 Census data collection, the SBA removed a large number of former HUBZones from the HUBZone designation. Because the SBA did not want to decertify HUBZone companies without giving those companies an opportunity to transition their operations, the SBA created a HUBZone status called “redesignated” […]
There are several important changes proposed in SBA’s rules for Small Business government contractors in this notice of proposed rule-making. The changes are to implement sections of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013. While some of the changes are ministerial, some have the potential to have a profound impact on small business prime contractors. Here are […]
This is part one of a series on the basics of Federal Government Contracting. Stay tuned for Part II – Pricing Methods, next week. The purpose of this article is to briefly discuss pointers on preparing a successful government contract proposal. This article will also discuss contract pricing related to government contracts. Preparing a response […]
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