Lame duck President and Congress (for some) … So, what does that mean for the Defense Authorization bill? Who knows. But, now that the House Armed Services Committee (HASC) passed it — 60-2 vote — we have a starting point.
It’s often much harder to find new business than it is to do the things your company does for a living. Any tool that makes marketing easier could be worth its weight in gold – if it works. Well …
Federal contractors have long known that Washington is essentially a mobius loop where issues often get twisted in the most unexpected ways until you end up right back where you started. The latest example is the new background check system.
The tragedy in Paris and its aftermath are sucking up pretty much all the oxygen in the news cycle today. But, a few other things are happening in Washington. For example, the NDAA 2016 is headed to the President’s desk.
PROCAS Connect‘s mission is to gather the latest news, ideas and trends that will drive future federal acquisitions to give government contractors an edge. But, sometimes we uncover ideas that are geared to make executives more effective. Enter Contractor’s Digest.
The biggest cyber breach headline-grabber in December was undoubtedly the Sony Pictures breach. However, 2014 was also a big year for hackers targeting federal agencies. The GAO hasn’t released figures on federal breaches, but it’s sure to be quite impressive.
In March, we wrote about DCAA’s revised policy for delinquent incurred cost proposals (IRP). Considering that all calendar-year contractors must submit their IRPs by June 30th, we thought it was worth revisiting … especially since late submissions may cost you.
One of the best things about being a federal contractor is that the system is automatic. Just look online for the next contracting opportunity, submit your bid and – Voila! – your next payday is on the way … Wrong!
It’s Valentine’s Day … A snow day … A commuting is a living Hell day. So, we have a veritable potpourri of stories. Some are serious; some merely fascinating. But, before you start unwrapping candy, you must eat your vegetables.
Every contractor has his/her own way of finding new opportunities. But, where do you find the hidden gems? The opportunities that slip under the radar and, perhaps, offer a much higher chance getting an award? Jennifer Sakole offers some insight.