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Doubts Raised- GSA’s New Vision for Federal Contracting

Federal Contracting posted on: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 If comments at a recent public meeting are any indication, the General Service Administration’s proposed Transactional Data Reporting rule may be in danger of stalling before it even gets started. The proposed rule, announced to great fanfare last month, has been trumpeted by GSA as a “new vision for Federal... Read More

Harris Awarded $238M to Build Aviation Weather Info Dissemination

Harris Corp, (NYSE: HRS) has been awarded a potential eight-year, $238 million contract to design, build and implement a technology for the Federal Aviation Administration to disseminate weather information to U.S. airspace users. FAA’s Common Support Services-Weather infrastructure will be built to allow the agency to share climate data with aviation companies that utilize the national airspace system,... Read More

Is DOD moving away from LPTA?

By Bob Lohfeld Repost from Industry has long objected to the use of lowest priced, technically acceptable procurement strategies for technical/professional services and complex solution procurements, and it now appears that DOD is moving away from this practice. Narrowing the use of LPTA Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Frank Kendall,... Read More

Bill to Curb Contract Bundling

Gloria Larkin, a member of WIPP, Testified before Congress regarding the impact of ‘Bundling’ on small businesses. House Advances Bill to Curb Contract ‘Bundling’ that Favors Large Companies By Charles S. Clark March 30, 2015 Comment Citing a shortage of accurate data on small business contracting, a House panel last week approved an umbrella bill... Read More