Larry Allen

Advice for contractors when the government really, really could shut down

Contracting will continue even with a long-term continuing resolution or even a partial government shutdown.

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For contractors, a lot to ponder five months into the fiscal year

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OFPP expands small business ‘rule of two’ to multiple award contracts

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Why the General Services Administration has a busy year coming up

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Why there’s not a huge cause for optimism for the rest of the federal budget year

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Contract spending is set to grow across the board in 2024

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Yes, people, the House leadership failure also affects acquisition

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Government shutdown puts contractors in precarious position

There’s never a convenient time for a full or even a partial government shutdown, but we’ve reached the beginning of the end of another fiscal year with…

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Contractors make plans for a messy start to the next fiscal year

The main question now is whether Congress will enact a continuing resolution come October 1, or whether we’ll have a government shutdown. Either way, things…

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Blame the lawyers if your agency is paying 10%-to-25% more for certain cloud services

Value-added resellers and other industry experts say the current interpretation of the Advance Payment Statute is causing major headaches for agencies and providers alike.

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