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U.S. Firm Accused of Plagiarizing Bid for Puerto Rico Food Supply Contract

The nine-page proposal made by Tribute Contracting appeared largely to have been “plagiarized from several sources readily available on the internet.” Continue reading

Duplicating efforts to avoid duplication

Last March, the FAR & Beyond blog examined a partnership between the Homeland Security Department (DHS)/the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Amazon Business to establish a centralized business account for FEMA purchase card ordering via the Amazon Business marketplace. Continue reading

Contractors acting as connective tissue to federal workers in wake of Irma and Harvey

Amid the 16,000 National Guard troops Florida activated, troops from U.S. Northern and Southern Command and Federal Emergency Management Agency employees, contractors are acting as the connective tissue between federal, state and local relief efforts. Continue reading

FEMA updates IT acquisition plans

After holding an industry day a year ago to discuss IT plans with potential contractors, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has unveiled plans to issue requests for proposals to upgrade IT systems and capabilities in seven work areas. Continue reading

Where are the bucks at DHS? — Washington Technology

Government contractors serving the Homeland Security Department can expect to see more spending in the Coast Guard than through its other components, with most of that spending happening through products. via Where are the bucks at DHS? — Washington Technology.