Government Contracts & Investigations

Category: Procurement

You Challenge the Award, You Best Come Ready to Play

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Just as in golf swings, your follow-through in Government Accountability Office (GAO) protests can mean the difference between success and failure. And if you don’t have a solid argument to bolster your protest grounds, you might want to rethink bringing them in the first place. The recent GAO decision in U.S. Electrodynamics, Inc., B-418574.2; B-418574.4Read More

Topics: Bid Protests and the Contracting Process, Procurement

Cybersecurity Supply Chain Developments – What’s Next for CMMC?

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It is now June 2020. The Department of Defense (DoD) initially projected that, this month, it would issue ten pilot Requests for Information (RFIs) as part of its efforts to develop the means for its implementation of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) under DoD contracts. To date we have not seen any of theRead More

Topics: Cyber, Data Security, and Privacy, Government Contracts, Procurement