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Government Contracting

Key Differences Between the 2 Types of Public Contracts

Posted by: Joseph Whitcomb
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Two types of public contracts common in government work are fixed-price and cost-reimbursement contracts. Each have their own advantages and ...
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Resources Available to Contractors Impacted by COVID-19

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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Like many other industries and professions, government contractors are experiencing difficulties due to COVID-19 and its resulting quarantine.  It ...
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New FAR Provision Will Disadvantage Small Businesses in MATOC Bids

Posted by: Joel Hamner
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For nine years, contracting officers have operated under an interim rule for setting aside or reserving task and delivery orders for small businesses ...
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Federal Agencies Are Severely Behind EIS Transition Schedule

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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In August 2017, the General Services Administration (GSA) awarded a potential 15-year, $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract ...
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False Claims Act Violations in Medicare Claims

Posted by: Dan McAuliffe
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The United States Justice Department recently disclosed that the large health insurance company Humana Inc. is under investigation for potentially ...
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Service Contract Act

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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The McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act (the “Act” or “SCA”) applies to every contract entered into by the United States or the District of ...
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Davis-Bacon Violations

Posted by: Joe Whitcomb
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The Davis-Bacon Act, established in 1931, requires contractors and subcontractors that are performing contracts to pay local prevailing wages to ...
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Defense Department Releases Unified Cybersecurity Standard

Posted by: Chloe Vickers
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Thousands of smaller defense contractors face new cybersecurity standards that will soon be a cost of doing business as the Pentagon seeks to prevent ...
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Rocky Mountain Helium Wins Case Against Bureau of Land Management

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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              Rocky Mountain Helium, LLC (“Rocky Mountain”) filed a legal action against the U.S. government for breach of a Settlement Agreement. ...
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Staffing Company Seeks Additional Expenses Incurred From U.S. Gov.

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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Just In Time Staffing, a staffing services company, filed suit in the United Court of Federal Claims (COFC) against the United States government for ...
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