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Former Federal Contract Employee Sentenced For Falsifying Timesheets at Two Agencies

Daniel J. Glauber, who worked as a federal contract employee, was sentenced today to pay more than $70,000 in restitution and perform 360 hours of community service for falsifying timesheets while working at two separate federal agencies. Continue reading

Kingdomware Gets Its Day In Court: My First Impressions

Here’s the play-by-play from GovCon Attorney Steven Koprince on what took place today at SCOTUS regarding Kingdomware. Continue reading

Contracting cases could be held up by Supreme Court uncertainty

The Supreme Court has two federal contracting cases on its docket, and the recent death of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia could slow movement on those cases — or lock in lower court decisions in the event of a tie vote. Continue reading

It’s Baaaack: Kingdomware Case Set For Argument On February 22, 2016

The Supreme Court’s decision is good news for SDVOSBs and VOSBs, which got a bit of a scare when the Supreme Court abruptly yanked the case from its docket in November. Continue reading

Viewpoint: Reverse Auctions Save Taxpayers Money

As you read this article keep in mind the organization behind the writer is the same one who felt a ‘Need to assassinate the character and discredit’ VA official Jan Frye who challenged them FedBid’s activities at VA. Continue reading

Viewpoint: Reverse Auctions Don’t Help Agencies or Taxpayers

Reverse auctions do not guarantee the lowest price for a contract. Rather, like in “The Price is Right” game show, they guarantee that one business will underbid others by just one dollar. Continue reading