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SmallGovCon Week In Review: July 4-8, 2022


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Happy Friday, Readers! We hope you had a nice, long 4th of July weekend and we’d also like to show our appreciation for our veterans and active duty military personnel. Thank you for your service.

This week in federal government contracting news there were announcements from a key cyber agency set to get procurement authority this month as well as an announcement from the Federal Register concerning bid guarantees, performance and payment bonds, and alternative payment protection.

Have a great weekend!

  • A Short History of DCAA [DCAA]
  • Former Contracting Officer for the Department of Defense to Plead Guilty in Conspiracy to Defraud the Government [DoJ]
  • Construction Company Owner Convicted of Fraud in Securing More Than $240 Million in Contracts Intended for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses [DoJ]
  • Key cyber agency set to get procurement authority, contracting officers [FedNewsNet]
  • Federal Sustainability Plan ‘rebuilding’ momentum on green government goals [FedNewsNet]
  • Should feds go back to office? Here’s a thought: Ask them! [FedNewsNet]
  • Top 10 Government Cybersecurity Company Contractors [GovConwire]
  • VA watchdog clears senior IT leader of misconduct allegations made by former CISO [FedScoop]
  • Justice Department identifies disrupting ransomware and cyberattacks as key objective in new strategic plan [FedScoop]
  • Submission for OMB Review; Bid Guarantees, Performance and Payment Bonds, and Alternative Payment Protection [FedReg]
  • GSA looks to help get LGBTQI-owned small businesses in the contracting mix [FSW]
  • Vendors prep for new cyber rules of the road [FSW]
  • FCC taps GSA’s Hill to be new CIO [FedNewsNet]
  • Federal contractors moving ahead after a bizarre 2022 fiscal year [FedNewsNet]
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