Stephanie Kostro

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

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Graphic By: Derace LauderdaleCybersecurity

Contractors on edge because of Pentagon’s proposed buying rules

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Comments are closed. Will the FedRAMP program actually get updated?

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Congress Speaker

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

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

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There they go again: Labor proposes overtime for salaried contractor employees

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A forest of proposed rules sprouts up around federal acquisition

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Cybersecurity comes home to roost for federal contractors

Contractors will, somehow, be living under it, and there’s still time to comment on it: The revision to NIST special publication 800-171 on protection…

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United States Aerial Objects

Industry pushes hard for Congress to modernize foreign military sales

Three contractor trade associations have banded together on the issue of foreign military sales. Last year they sent a long list of suggested changes to…

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National Debt Fact Focus

Agencies know what to do during a government shutdown, but default is new territory

A federal judge in Massachusetts will hear oral arguments next Wednesday in a lawsuit that argues both that federal employees must be paid even if Congress doesn’t increase the debt ceiling, and that the ceiling itself is unconstitutional.

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