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Current and Relevant News related to Government Contracting:
However, do look at some of the past items below. Some may still be relevant or can be used as a reference or policy if the situation arises again.
The Executive Compensation Cap was reduced for contracts awarded on or after June 24, 2014 to $487,000.
Billions of taxpayer dollars flow through interagency and enterprisewide contracts annually, but because of poor management and oversight, the federal government does not know for sure if those contracts are being implemented efficiently and effectively, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
A federal judge has thrown a wrench into the Obama administration’s small-business contracting policy by ruling that agencies must give priority to businesses in economically depressed areas when setting aside contracts for small businesses.
“The court interprets the language of the HUBZone competition provision—‘shall be awarded’—to be mandatory,” the judge wrote in an opinion released March 2.