Charles Tiefer

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Why DoD may have given Amazon every reason to protest JEDI

Congress has ordered DoD to give losing bidders detailed information about why they weren’t chosen. DoD’s alleged failure to do that in the JEDI case may…

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Left to right: Steve Schooner of the George Washington University, and Charles Tiefer of the University of Baltimore Law School, and Antonio Franco, a partner with PilieroMazza PLLC.Photo by Federal News Network

DoD’s win in federal court doesn’t mean JEDI is out of the woods, experts say

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Charles Tiefer: More to NDAA veto than meets the eye

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Charles Tiefer: NDAA reform a bad idea

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Charles Tiefer: Paid sick-leave drama just beginning for federal contractors

Federal contractors might have to offer up to seven days of paid sick leave a year for their employees under a new executive order from President Barack…

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Charles Tiefer, Law Professor, University of Baltimore

The Small Business Administration is proposing two new rule changes that the small business contracting community doesn’t like at all. The first proposal…

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Charles Tiefer, Law Professor, University of Baltimore

A contracting loophole denies small businesses the chance to land subcontracting opportunities with the Defense Department. The Comprehensive Subcontracting Plan Test Program removes the requirement for prime DoD contractors to report their small business subcontracting plans. That leaves them without an incentive to meet their small business goals. Charles Tiefer is a law professor and contracting expert from the University of Baltimore. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he said it’s time to end the…

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