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  1. If we can’t receive your proposal on the due date - for pretty much any reason (including zombie apocalypse, being kidnapped by aliens, there was a long line at Starbucks, etc.), and we forget (or decide it’s not important enough) to extend the due date, you can assume that it’s been extended until the next day we come to work – whenever that is. Good luck!
  2. I'll be interested to see what investigations are started to linking emails to clearances - seems like a no-brainer revocation to me. I'll also be interested to see whether the DOD pursues all of those "bright bulbs" that registered with their .mil address - considering adultery could be prosecuted under Article 134 of the UCMJ. I guess the saying is true...you just can't fix stupid.
  3. Great article, just a couple of thoughts: As noted in the article – “The PRA imposes a requirement on Federal agencies to obtain approval from the Office of Management and Budget before collecting information from 10 or more members of the public.” While it is certainly possible that a solicitation could call for past performance questionnaires from 10 or more references, I would argue that this would be an exception to the norm. More often than not, our solicitations (based completely on personal experience) do not ask for information from this many third-party sources – therefore, it seems
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