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UPDATE: “Outlandish Expenditures” at Madonna’s Malawi Project

UPDATE: Newsweek has an article on the Raising Malawi issues in which they report that “only
April 11, 2011

Whistleblower Program Pays Out Big

Form 990 asks nonprofit organizations if they have a whistleblower policy. It’s fairly easy to recognize
April 11, 2011

New Filing Requirement for Retirement Plan Administrators…Well Sort Of

Would you believe that a fairly large number of employees lose track of the retirement plan
April 11, 2011

Group Donates Accounting Software to Charities

The makers of Sage Simply Accounting Pro 2011 have teamed up with TechSoup Global to give
April 8, 2011

UPDATED: A Contractor’s Guide to Surviving the Government Shutdown

  Government Shutdown Seems Inevitable The latest budget negotiations between the House, the Senate and the White
April 8, 2011
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  • Aronson

Salvation Army Sues Bank Over Risky Investment Losses

The New York Times is reporting that the Salvation Army filed suit against the Bank of
April 6, 2011

Small Woman-Owned Businesses, Show Me the Money

A new rule launches contracting program for small woman-owned businesses. A Small Business Administration official said on
April 5, 2011
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  • Aronson

Reduction in Cost-Reimbursement Contracts

Recent changes to the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) should reduce the number of cost reimbursement contracts
April 4, 2011
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  • Aronson

8(A) Sole Source Awards in Excess of $20 Million need Justification

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) now requires that a Justification and Approval (J&A) be prepared prior

Interim Rule Increases Competition Requirements for GSA Schedule Task Orders

The less stringent requirements for competitively awarding GSA Schedule task orders have occasionally allowed agencies to
March 24, 2011
By:
  • Aronson