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SAIC scores potential $620M NASA engineering contract

Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential five-year, $620 million contract for engineering services to NASA at the Greenbelt, Md.-based Goddard Space Flight Center. Source: SAIC scores potential $620M NASA engineering contract — Washington Technology

Congress Appears Poised To Gut Government Contracts For Small Business

A provision in the Senate’s National Defense Authorization Act appears to allow Pentagon contract officers to count subcontracts toward their goal for prime contracts to small businesses. Continue reading

This One Will Leave a Mark!

And small businesses can thank Congress and Industry Chief’s like SAIC’s Tony Moraco for this latest assault. Continue reading

Pushing the ‘NDAA’ knife deeper into the backs of small business

It’s not bad enough that SAIC CEO Tony Moraco brags about helping to screw America’s small businesses, guess who else will help plunge it in to the backs (or hearts) of small business? Continue reading

Subcontracts Counted as Set-Asides Will Hurt

Since DoD is the biggest spender, the impact would be felt throughout the community, making small business the biggest loser when DoD is allowed to count first tier and second tier subcontract dollars towards the overall goal. Continue reading

SAIC and “Three-Legged Purple People” [Congress Set to Screw Small Contractors]

Based on my read of a comment from an SAIC employee, “three-legged purple people” refers to every socioeconomic group afforded ‘assistance’ in government contracting. That means me, Women, Veterans, Native Americans and so on. Don’t you think it’s time for the small business community to stop the infighting and take on the real problem of Congress and large companies eating our lunch? Continue reading

Congress Set to Screw Small Contractors

With help from lots of folks to include SAIC CEO Tony Moraco who complained to Congress about his company losing ground in government contracting and decided it would be best to legally steal from America’s small businesses, their families and employees by getting Congress to change the r Continue reading

When Large Government Contractors Punch Down

SAIC CEO is here to help. He wants to ‘reduce some of the pressure on agencies to carve out small business set-asides’ by including subcontract dollars in the overall small business contracting goals.

Any guesses as to who wins and who loses if this comes to pass? Continue reading

Civilian and Defense BIDs™ Brief: GSA/OPM Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTS)

HCaTS is how GSA and OPM plans to more efficiently and effectively provide human resource training and development and human capital management services to the Federal government, using Industry best practices. Continue reading

Civilian BIDs™ Brief: CMS ESD II/SPARC and Doing Business with HHS (GovConChat™)

The April 2015 Civilian BIDs™ meeting will feature presentations by Mary Biear of Mackson Consulting about the anticipated CMS ESD II opportunity during part one of the meeting, and an information-filled discussion about doing business with Health and Human Services for companies seeking to get their foot in the door during part two. Continue reading