Is your teaming agreement enforceable? Maybe not, according to a recent federal court decision involving local contractors. via Think your teaming agreement’s a contract? Think again — Washington Technology.
The Government Printing Office is not required to refer non-responsibility determinations involving small businesses to the Small Business Administration under the Certificate of Competency program. via No SBA Certificates of Competency for GPO Contracts – SmallGovCon.
Small federal contractors are invited to join us for a discussion with U.S. Custom and Border Protection’s Charles Armstrong and Guy Torres on May 30th at the Carr Workplaces Event Center next door to the historic Willard Hotel in Washington, DC. via Information Technology Initiatives and Contracting with Small Business at CBP on 5/30 – … Continue reading
This summer looks like a good one for small businesses, as small-business contracts with the federal government worth more than $2 billion are set to open for competition in the coming months. via Small-business contracts worth $3B up for competition – The Washington Post.
Here we go again: So far five companies have protested the Air Force’s decision to award eight contracts worth up to $6.9 billion for the product portions of its Network-Centric Solutions-2 information technology program. via No surprise: $6.9B NetCents2 awards protested – Washington Business Journal.
Reacting to a February federal court decision, the VA’s Center for Veterans Enterprise has reversed its position on provisions restricting the rights of service-disabled veterans to transfer their ownership interests in their service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. via VA CVE Reverses Course on SDVOSB Transfer Restrictions – SmallGovCon.
Defense Department leaders spent months warning Congress that military readiness would begin to erode if sequestration went into effect on March 1. The Navy and Marine Corps are telling lawmakers that it’s now happening and that things will only get worse from here. via Sequestration already biting Navy, Marines readiness – FederalNewsRadio.com.
When the government awards a contract to other than the lowest priced offeror, it pays a price premium to make that award. How much price premium the government will pay is left to the judgment of the selecting official. This amount varies by type of service or product being procured, details of each solicitation, and … Continue reading
What happens when Uncle Sam does business development and team-building for small federal contractors? Apparently nothing. via What happens when Uncle Sam does business development and team-building for small federal contractors? Umm… – The American Small Business Coalition.