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GSA taking bids for new contractor validation services

The General Services Administration has started the long-anticipated process to acquire new validation services for federal contractors and grantees. Continue reading

GSA launches beta version of new SAM.gov site

The General Services Administration unveiled a test site for the new version of its procurement portal, both giving industry a peek at what’s to come and soliciting its advice. Continue reading

SAM Registration: New Bill Requires Notification Of Free Assistance

There is no cost to register in SAM or other government contracting databases–but that hasn’t stopped some companies from charging would-be contractors hefty fees for assistance in the registration process. S Continue reading

Awardee Not Required To List Solicitation’s NAICS Code In SAM

an awardee’s failure to list the assigned NAICS code under its SAM profile did not make its proposal technically unacceptable. Continue reading

Uncle Sam Wants You to Know About Changes to Acquisition Thresholds (FAR Case 2014-022)

Effective October 1, 2015, the Department of Defense (DOD), General Services Administration (GSA), and National Aeronautics Administration (NASA) are issuing FAR Case 2014-022 as a final rule amending the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) to implement the inflation adjustment of acquisition-related dollar thresholds. Continue reading

Cyber vulnerability in GSA’s SAM portal exposes vendors’ data – FederalNewsRadio.com

The General Services Administration’s System for Award Management potentially exposed users’ information, including some Social Security numbers and bank-account information, to the public because of a cybersecurity vulnerability. via Cyber vulnerability in GSA’s SAM portal exposes vendors’ data – FederalNewsRadio.com.

Changing tactics and flow of information by agencies, requires better quality market intelligence by industry – The American Small Business Coalition

The ability to effectively gather, assess and leverage information to support decision-making has and always will be a key to success in government contracting. via Changing tactics and flow of information by agencies, requires better quality market intelligence by industry – The American Small Business Coalition.