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GSA Allows Contactors to select SIN subgroups

By JW Butler Effective August 1, 2020, the General Services Administration (GSA) has provided contractors the ability to update their offering classifications by adding subgroups for products and services under specific Special Item Numbers (SINs). Under the GSA MAS, SINs play a critical role in the organization of vendors and their offerings. SINs serve to clarify the product and services offered by specific vendors. Subgroups allow contractors to better classify where their offerings fit wit

Federal Agencies Continued to Exceed Small Business Contract Goals for Fiscal Year 2019

Written by: Heather Mims, Associate Attorney, Centre Law & Consulting Each year, the Small Business Administration (SBA) publishes an annual scorecard to assess how well federal agencies are performing against their small business and socio-economic prime contracting and subcontracting goals. In addition to reporting agency-specific progress, the scorecard provides accurate and transparent contracting data. The SBA works with each agency specifically to set their prime and subcontracting g

WOSB Rules and Musings from a Different Time

Written by: Barbara Kinosky, Managing Partner, Centre Law & Consulting I finally retrieved my dry cleaning that I had deposited at the cleaners in March.  Then Virginia shut down with my dry cleaning hostage in a remote dry cleaning storage location.  I was reunited with my clothing this month, but my suit looked like an artifact from another era.  It was like retrieving a time capsule of clothing that contained zippers and buttons and had “dry clean only” labels.  There were no elastics of

Cybersecurity Program Maturity

Legal Services Government Contracts Law Bid Protests Contract Claims & Disputes Government Contracts Litigation Service Contract Labor Standards Small Business Subcontracting Subcontracts & Teaming Agreements Terminations, Suspensions, and Debarment Buy American Act & Trade Agreements Act Other Transaction Authority (OTA) Litigation, Bid Protests, Claims and Disputes Bid Protests Commercial Litigation Employment Litigation Government

GAO Annual Bid Protest Report 2021

Legal Services Government Contracts Law Bid Protests Contract Claims & Disputes Government Contracts Litigation Service Contract Labor Standards Small Business Subcontracting Subcontracts & Teaming Agreements Terminations, Suspensions, and Debarment Buy American Act & Trade Agreements Act Other Transaction Authority (OTA) Litigation, Bid Protests, Claims and Disputes Bid Protests Commercial Litigation Employment Litigation Government

Part B of Section 889 Legislation Goes Into Effect on August 13, 2020

By JW Butler Section 889 legislation initially introduced as a part of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has now been released in Part A and Part B. Both parts have been incorporated into the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) as FAR subpart 4.21 to combat national security and intellectual property threats against the United States. This legislation will impact any company doing business that uses equipment or services in their day-to-day operations from fiv

Contracting in the Time of Coronavirus

Written by: Heather Mims, Associate Attorney, Centre Law & Consulting As we’ve previously written, COVID-19 funding for government contractors is fraught with enforcement and audit risks (while False Claims Act penalties continue to increase). To document this funding, the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) recently issued a report to Congress titled COVID-19: Opportunities to Improve Federal Response and Recovery Efforts. In the Report, the GAO gathered available obligation and expen

If You See Something, Say Something: COAFC Expands Restrictions on Post-Award Protests

By Edward W. Bailey, A recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has expanded restrictions on government contractors’ ability to conduct post-award protests. In Inserso Corp. v. U.S., the United States Defense Information Systems Agency (“DISA”) posted a solicitation, titled Encore III, for the opportunity to sell information technology services to various federal government agencies. Encore III was split into a “full and open” competition and a competition r
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