The former government contractor who was busted for hacking into a non-federal competitor’s network is back. Continue reading
Government contractors shouldn’t be celebrating that the number of suspensions and debarments dropped in fiscal 2015. Continue reading
The Air Force decision to lift its suspension of FedBid Inc. is good news for the company. But the demands placed upon FedBid also offer a valuable roadmap for other contractors that hope to stay out of trouble. via Contractors take note: Air Force demands on FedBid provide valuable compliance roadmap – Washington Business Journal.
Updated: 10:55AM 23FEB2015 – Apparently it’s true. Click here to read statement from FedBid’s Joe Jordan. According to this tweet by Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller: this might be the case. Personally and professionally, I hope it’s not true. Stay tuned! @jmillerwfed @FedBid @usairforce
FedBid Inc.’s suspension from federal contracting means the company can’t bid on new opportunities. But could it also put at risk future investment from Steve Case and Ted Leonsis’ Revolution Growth? via Could FedBid’s suspension scare off Steve Case and Ted Leonsis? – Washington Business Journal.
Debarment of several major freight forwarders may disrupt international sales – Lexology.The General Services Administration (GSA) added several freight forwarding companies to its Excluded Parties List System on February 16, 2012. BAX Global Inc., Kuhne and Nagel International AG, Panalpina Welttransport (Holding) AG, Panalpina, Inc., and Schenker AG were debarred from Federal contracting based on … Continue reading