Professional Services Council

For contractors, the 2024 budget request doesn’t quite add up

Federal contractors don’t see a lot of room for growth after inflation in fiscal 2024, with a few large agencies actually requesting a reduction in funding…

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Why federal contractors are poring over the new national cyber strategy

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Category management — never quite trusted on the civilian side — comes to Defense acquisition

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Industry reacts to the latest strategies out from the Defense Department

The National Defense Strategy and the DoD Strategic Management Plan emphasized rivalry with China and the need to protect space and cyber assets.

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50,000 companies on hold because of GSA’s UEI validation problems

The General Services Administration is surging resources to fix the problems with the Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) transition to the new validation service,…

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FILE - Syringes with doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, are shown next to vaccination cards March 13, 2021, in Seattle. The District of Columbia government is imposing a series of COVID-19 vaccine mandates as it intensifies virus protocols in response to spiraling infection numbers and the march of the omicron variant. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

Contractors are suddenly facing a slew of mandates and they’re all expensive

Contractors face the prospect of higher mandatory wages and treating independent subcontractors like employees. And that’s not all. The vaccine mandate might be coming back.

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