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How rules are changing for defense-weapons contractors

Arms manufacturers will soon face changes in how they do international business. What impact will these changes have?

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FTC rule on non-compete employees has contractors worried

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How legislators could make things a little easier for those companies working with the government

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Sequestration’s head pops up, for a peek at continuing budget uncertainty

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White House breaks the rules on rulemaking for contractors

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Capitol Hill’s so-called budget is only the start of a lot of hard work

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Five things contractors need to know about the Defense authorization bill

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Keeping fingers crossed about a potential government shutdown, contractors have a new White House initiative to scrutinize

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New House Speaker. New cyber guidelines. What contractors can do to navigate it all.

There is now more cyber guidance than ever for the companies that do business with the government. You can also expect even more when it comes to other…

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If it does get passed, the Defense authorization bill has quite a few surprises

Conference work on the National Defense Authorization Act for 2024 proceeds, even as nothing else in Congress seems to be working. As always, the NDAA…

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Less than a week in, contractors sort out the meaning of the 45-day continuing resolution

The continuing resolution, which lasts until November 17, takes a six-and-a-half week bite out of fiscal 2024’s calendar. In a sense, it resets the countdown to a government shutdown, especially if House Republicans succeed in ousting Speaker Kevin McCarthy, which, in case you hadn’t heard…happened. Contractors have been sorting out what it all means. For an update, Federal Drive Host Tom Temin spoke with Stephanie Kostro, the Executive Vice president for Policy at the Professional Services Council.

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