For some time, the American Small Business League (ASBL) has been on a crusade to prove its assertions that small contractors are being shortchanged by rules that give unfair advantage to large corporations. However, on one front a setback occurred.
The green drumbeat continues at the General Services Administration (GSA). By September, a special GSA task group intends to issue a a report with “clear goals and guidance” for moving to net-zero federal buildings. Here’s what that means for contractors.
When the four former EPA chiefs from the most recent Republican administrations came to Washington to deliver a message to Congress that climate change is real, did it signal a tipping point? If so, what does acceptance mean for contractors?
When the Federal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System (FAPIIS) went live in 2010, it was criticized as having incomplete data and an awkward interface. Now, FAPIIS will be reviewed by the Senate. Is the system ready for prime time?
If you were a fan of the original Saturday Night Live (aka, back when it was still funny), you might remember a John Belushi sketch called, “The Thing that Wouldn’t Leave.” In 2014, that guest has a new name: Sequester.
PROCAS Connect is unveiling a new feature today called WatchList. It’s an expansion of something we’ve been doing periodically, and we’ll have more on that below. First, the GSA announced a new streamlining effort. Here’s what that means for contractors.