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  1. 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 Contracts Litigation Cybersecurity & Privacy Law Corporate Law Labor & Employment Law Service Con
  2. Biden’s Procurement Agenda for Government Contractors Biden’s Procurement Agenda for Government Contractors​ By: Barbara Kinosky Share on linkedin
  3. 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 Contracts Litigation Cybersecurity & Privacy Law Corporate Law Labor & Employment Law Service Con
  4. 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 Contracts Litigation Corporate Law Labor & Employment Law Service Contract Labor Standards Export Con
  5. 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 Contracts Litigation Corporate Law Labor & Employment Law Service Contract Labor Standards Export Con
  6. GSA Alerts GSA Implements DocuSign to Digitally Sign Documents. Effective November 30, 2020, GSA will implement DocuSign to digitally sign documents. It is planned that DocuSign will replace digital certificates with GSA FAS ID in eOffer and eMod in late Q2 (April-June) of FY21. Please be aware of the following eOffer/eMod timelines during the DocuSign transition scheduled Nov. 25-29, 2020. Of
  7. SBA's New Rule It's a win for government efficiency. SBA's New Rule is a Win for Government Efficiency By: Edward Bailey Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on facebook
  8. Effective 8/31/20 there are two new funding thresholds for federal contractors to be aware of. 1) The micro-purchase threshold (MPT) is raised from $3,500 to $10,000. 2) The increase of the Simplified Acquisition Threshold (SAT) from $150,000 to $250,000. The proposed rule effecting this change, published October 2, 2019, permitted agencies to issue deviations to the MPT and SAT to increase the thresholds. This final rule changes the FAR definitions for these terms found at FAR 2.101. The post 2 New Funding Thresholds appeared first on Centre Law & Consulting. View the full article
  9. GSA ALERT – As of yesterday (Oct 1st, 2020) , the GSA announced they will extend the deadline for industry to update GSA Advantage catalogs to March 31, 2021. The GSA had been contacting all schedule holders advising them to update their GSA Advantage catalogue(s) by October 31, 2020 to reflect acceptance of the GSA MAS consolidation from Mass Mod A812. Vendors awarded a GSA MAS contract are required to submit (via SIP or EDI) an updated GSAAdvantage catalog with the new Schedule number (MAS) and new SIN numbers(s) and update their GSA Price List. If a schedule holder does not update their
  10. Is the GSA Streamlining Competition? There are some promising signs. Is the GSA Streamlining Competition? By: Edward Bailey Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on facebook
  11. GAO Corrective Action Is it the end of the road? GAO Corrective Action, is it the end of the road? By: Edward Bailey Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on facebook
  12. By Hon. Jack Delman Last week, the Federal Circuit rejected a protest filed by Oracle that challenged the legality of the multi-billion dollar Defense Department JEDI Cloud solicitation. An overview of the key issues follows. THE SOLICITATION The DOD issued a solicitation known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) Cloud procurement. The solicitation contemplated a single award for a ten-year IDIQ contract for the provision of enterprise-wide cloud computing services. The solicitation included several “gate” provisions that bidders needed to satisfy. The primary gate in
  13. By Hon. Jack Delman Last week, the Federal Circuit rejected a protest filed by Oracle that challenged the legality of the multi-billion dollar Defense Department JEDI Cloud solicitation. An overview of the key issues follows. THE SOLICITATION The DOD issued a solicitation known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) Cloud procurement. The solicitation contemplated a single award for a ten-year IDIQ contract for the provision of enterprise-wide cloud computing services. The solicitation included several “gate” provisions that bidders needed to satisfy. The primary gate in
  14. By Edward W. Bailey, A recent decision from the GAO serves as an important reminder to contractors that, while agencies typically have broad discretion in determining the scope of any corrective actions they take, contractors may nonetheless challenge an agency’s corrective action if its scope is unreasonably narrow. In Matter of: Peraton Inc., B-416916.8, Peraton challenged the State Department’s award of a task order to a competitor on a number of grounds including that the letters of commitment the awardee provided for its key personnel did not conform to the requirements of the solicitat
  15. By Edward W. Bailey, A recent decision from the GAO serves as an important reminder to contractors that, while agencies typically have broad discretion in determining the scope of any corrective actions they take, contractors may nonetheless challenge an agency’s corrective action if its scope is unreasonably narrow. In Matter of: Peraton Inc., B-416916.8, Peraton challenged the State Department’s award of a task order to a competitor on a number of grounds including that the letters of commitment the awardee provided for its key personnel did not conform to the requirements of the solicitat
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