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Looking ahead to the no-surprise, likely-late 2025 federal spending bills

It is budget season on Capitol Hill and agency leaders are busy defending their 2025 spending plans in front of the appropriations committees.

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Better data protests could benefit, agencies, vendors alike

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A federal court reaffirms the government should look for commercial products before going custom

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Court of Federal Claims decision results in a ‘sea change’ for federal acquisition

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Protest is ‘last resort’ to get GSA’s commercial platforms program to comply with JWOD Act

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At long last, smooth legal waters for massive overhaul of DoD’s moving system

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Court rules for DoD in challenge to $20B household goods moving contract

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How two letters of the alphabet blew an award protest into a court case

Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Joseph Petrillo explained a contract award dispute that hinged on the spelling of a name.

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A recipe for bid protests

When the army awarded a major contract for communication support services in U.S. Central Command without explaining itself, the Court of Federal Claims…

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(Army courtesy photo)To help make moving as stress-free as possible, Move.mil has partnered with Military OneSource to house all the moving support you need, all in one place. Starting October 4, 2021, moving customers are invited to visit the Moving & Housing section of MilitaryOneSource.mil to find web pages covering a wide range of information about everything from shipping household goods to settling into a new duty station. (Courtesy Photo)

Multibillion-dollar military moving contract delayed again after losing bidder sues

U.S. Transportation Command says it will once again pause the transition to its long-planned overhaul of the military’s household goods moving system because of yet another bid protest.

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