For both contractors and federal agency customers, what might be the oldest GWAC continues to outshine them all, even if it is taken for granted.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, joined host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf to discuss interagency contracting and the major procurement programs coming out of the General Services Administration.
It's axiomatic that Defense spending will get cut with a Democratic Congress and White House, right? Not so fast.
Larry Allen, president of Allen Federal Business Partners, joined host Mark Amtower on this week's Amtower Off Center to discuss the emergence of the GSA small business IDIQ/GWAC Polaris and the importance of complying with CMMC.
The Biden administration has proposed $9 billion for the technology modernization fund. With more, federal sales and marketing consultant Larry Allen.
If you buy for, or sell to the federal government, you can expect substantial change from the Biden administration.
2021 starts on a fast track for federal contractors. Soon that appropriated money will start flowing to agencies. And president-elect Biden has made a policy stand on, of all things, contract bundling.
Tense times have arrived for federal contractors. Whether seeming coercion to lower contracted prices or the threat of supply chain sanctions for anyone connected to the SolarWinds epic breach.
Multiple vendors as well as consultants, lawyers and a major GSA-focused trade association representing hundreds of schedule holders say the pendulum has swung too far in how the Federal Acquisition Service is requiring vendors to renegotiate prices.
The defense contracting community is holding its collective breath, waiting for a batch of new contracts, that will be the first to require Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.
As the tumultuous 2020 reaches its final phase, contractors can expect some things to have changed for good, and the return of some of the old shibboleths.
Agencies often release requests for information from industry. But many times agencies have trouble getting feedback from contractors.
The Cyberspace Solarium Commission has come out with a new set of recommendations. Some of them would make the ban on Chinese telecom gear just the beginning.
The General Services Administration has gone underwater with a reworked small business acquisition vehicle. Dubbed Polaris, the proposed vehicle is a replacement for the failed Alliant SB-2.