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SmallGovCon Week in Review: March 27-31, 2023


Koprince Law LLC

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Happy Friday, Readers! We hope you have had a productive week and are finishing out the month of March strong. There was, of course, lots of activity in the federal government contracting world this week including more buzz around federal cybersecurity issues and the SBA announced that they will be hosting a virtual summit for National Small Business Week. You can read more about these topics, and other federal government related news, in the articles below. Have a great weekend!

  • Login.gov’s problems further break down confidence in TTS, and now GSA [FedNewsNet]
  • Prevent Costly Procurement Disasters: 6 Science-Backed Techniques For Bias-Free Decision Making [Forbes]
  • Government Contractor Pays $742,500 to Settle False Claims Act Allegations in Obtaining Contracts Reserved for Eligible Small Businesses [DAVirginia]
  • Executive Order on Prohibition on Use by the United States Government of Commercial Spyware that Poses Risks to National Security [WH]
  • DOD Increases Efforts to Bring Small Businesses Into Defense Industrial Base [DoD]
  • How contractors can develop a better nose for where the money is [FedNewsNet]
  • How Veterans Can Take Over a Retiring Entrepreneur’s Existing Business [Military.com]
  • Senate committee advances open source software and digital identity bill [FCW]
  • NASA plans to consolidate cloud contracts [FCW]
  • Federal Acquisition Regulation: Credit for Lower-Tier Small Business Subcontracting [FAR]
  • Military Contractors Convicted for $7 Million Procurement Fraud Scheme [DoJ]
  • Former construction company president sentenced for attempting to monopolize highway construction, repair contracts [DoJ]
  • Registration Open for National Small Business Week Virtual Summit Taking Place in May [SBA]
The post SmallGovCon Week in Review: March 27-31, 2023 first appeared on SmallGovCon - Government Contracts Law Blog.

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