We’re back! By now, everyone’s long over their food hangovers (or any other hangover) from Thanksgiving. The question is: how are you coping with the Presidential transition? Way more questions than answers so far, but the NDAA is making progress.
Thanksgiving means many different things to people, from sweet potatoes covered with toasted marshmallows to falling asleep in front of the football games to parades to time with long-absent family. But, whatever it means to you, we’ve got you covered.
Last summer, the SBA issued a blizzard of revised regulations and definitions. Since qualification for small business set-asides usually depends upon staying under either a revenue or staffing ceiling, understanding the definition of “receipt” turns out to be pretty important.
Lots of people are wondering about the future of lots of government-related things in the new Administration, from national security to the economy. Add contractors to that list. So, consider this the first of many glimpses into the crystal ball.
News reports indicate the new Administration is getting off to a bumpy start regarding its transition efforts, which is leaving many Hill observers very unsure about future policies. Now, the Category Management program is also coming under fire. What’s next?
In a bit of a departure for the lead article on “legal Monday,” the topic today is business strategy, and not the approach contractors may typically take. Today, we’re talking about something a lot of businesses overlook: Making a Difference.
When the OPM breach was discovered last summer, over 20 million federal employees and contractor employees had pieces of their identities stolen. The Chinese are believed to have carried out the hack, but no one knew why – until now.
Nobody’s paying much attention to anything this week but the election. So, we’ll be varying our format today. But, that doesn’t mean there’s no news. Case in point: Contractors feeling good about having cyber insurance may need to rethink things.
It’s not unusual for government contractors to find themselves entitled to damages on a contract. Maybe an agency caused a delay or mandated a material change. Regardless, are you better filing a claim or a request for equitable adjustment (REA)?
In a story reported by Federal News Radio, Lisa Pafe, Vice President of Lohfeld Consulting Group, told a webinar audience, “The next administration will shape the future of [federal] IT.” Category management and IT modernization are the next big opportunities.