The General Services Administration is proposing a new rule to require vendors to give them contract transaction. Some contractors don’t like the idea, because they claim to already provide that information in other ways. Barbara Kinosky is president of Centre Law and Consulting, and on the Board of Directors for the Professional Services Council. On In Depth with Francis Rose, she shared more on the reaction from the contracting community to the proposed rule.
Like Donald Trump’s Boeing 757, the General Service Administration’s multiple award schedule flies on and on. Even after so many shiny new vehicles have come onto the scene. Now the GSA is working to revitalize the contracts. Julia Coon, a consultant with the CentreLaw Group, discusses some of the more important changes on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
The Government Accountability Office’s decision to deny four protests of GSA’s Alliant 2 contracts for IT services could end up being a landmark ruling.
The Homeland Security Department’s “motion to dismiss” outlined in honest detail what went wrong with its small business procurement known as Flexible Agile Support for the Homeland (FLASH).
Two vendors expanded the scope of the bid protests of GSA’s $50 billion IT services multiple award contract by going to federal court.
David Warner explains why paid sick leave for federal contractors may present both a cost and an administrative burden.
The Federal Acquisition Service is developing a new special item number (SIN) for order level materials on service contracts.
A bill that passed the House and is pending in the Senate seeks to curb misuse of federal credit cards in the Veterans Affairs Department.