General Services Administration (GSA) made the following announcement regarding inflationary price increases, effective through September 30, 2022: “…Jeff Koses, GSA’s Senior Procurement Executive, and Mark Lee, Assistant Commissioner for FAS Office of Policy and Compliance, jointly issued GSA Acquisition Letter MV-22-02 (https://www.gsa.gov/cdnstatic/MV-22-02.pdf) on March 17, 2022. This Acquisition Letter places a temporary moratorium on a... Read More
Monthly Archives: March 2022
Has the Federal 8a Program Worked for Your Business?
Here’s a question for those of you who work in small businesses that are owned by a socially- and/or economically disadvantaged individual or individuals: Has your company ever looked into acquiring an 8(a) Business Development Certification? If so, you’ll want to read on, but be forewarned that you might not like what’s discussed herein. To... Read More
Budget Delays Ever More Costly to Defense Spending
Here’s what you need to know before reading this article: Federal agencies are financed until March 11 under bipartisan legislation approved by the House, which just averted another shutdown of the federal government. Without that approval, the government would have had to deplete its spending authority on Feb. 18 and, therefore, shutter most of its... Read More