TED is a non-profit organization devoted to “Ideas Worth Spreading.” The venture began in 1984 intended to focus on Technology, Entertainment, and Design. Since then, it’s expanded its global reach, staged annual conferences, and the garnered the participation of the
The US 4th Circuit cited the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act (WSLA) to reverse a lower court’s dismissal of a suit against Halliburton, which alleged false charges were submitted during the Iraq War, by voiding the statute of limitations. When
Here’s what’s happening today … Sequester cut many things … But, not contractor PAC contributions. DoD civilian furloughs reduced from 22 days to 14 days … And will begin in mid-June. Congress alleges VA conflict of interest … By having
When Google launched Google+, there were many detractors. “A billion users? It’ll never catch Facebook.” “We don’t need another social network.” “No one uses it.” But, those naysayers missed the point: Google was never trying to be the new Facebook.
And, for today’s news … North Carolina joins a number of states in requiring that all businesses with 25 or more employees use the federal E-Verify system to ensure proper employment authorization … But, sequester being sequester, a key component
All public budgets seem to be shrinking these days, but the list of needed projects seems to be growing: schools, health facilities, public utilities, infrastructure. But, where’s the funding? One possibility is Public-Private-Partnerships or P3s, which may be gaining ground.
Headline news for Monday … GSA schedules, audits, and more … Jonathon Aronie, partner with Shepard Mullin, discusses trends in contract negotiations, IG audits, and other related items. 10 priorities to ensure success at the Federal Acquisition Service … Set
Who are we kidding? The NCAAs start this weekend. Nobody’s working. So, in the time-honored tradition of hindering productivity, PROCAS Connect would like to bring you … (cue dumb echo effect) … strange tales from The World of the Unexplained!
An earlier PROCAS Connect article gave an overview of National Defense Authorization Act (NADA) of 2013. The most controversial component is Section 832, which broadens DCAA’s access to internal company documents. So, what’s the best way to protect your firm?
Here are today’s headlines … Chuck Hagel is something of an enigma … Is that good or bad for contractors? Telecommuting … Is it right for your contracting business? Didn’t see that one coming … The CIA and Amazon hook