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FedBizOps Scheduled for Decommissioning on November 12th

The General Services Administration (GSA) announced that FedBizOps (FBO) will be decommissioned on... more
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GSA’s MAS Consolidation: What’s In and What’s Out

On October 1, GSA released its highly anticipated Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) solicitation. MAS... more
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The End of DUNS Numbers

It’s the end of an era. Starting in December 2020, a new, non-proprietary unique entity... more
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TDR and the Changing Face of GSA OIG Pre-Award Audits

Every year, the General Services Administration (GSA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducts... more
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The Future of GSA: A Story of Transformation, Part One

The General Services Administration (GSA) recently made an important announcement about its... more
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Hope Lane was the Keynote Speaker at Pillsbury’s Government Contracts Summit

Hope Lane, a partner in Aronson's Government Contract Services Group, was the keynote speaker... more
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The Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR) – What You Should Know

An adequate contractor purchasing system (CPSR) is one designed to ensure that purchases are made... more
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Stay in the Game: Get Your Replacement GSA Schedule Contract Today!

As a contracting professional, you know rules are important—after all, they tell you how to play... more
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Deal Reached to Re-Open the Government for Three Weeks

President Trump announced this afternoon that he has agreed to a deal with Congress to fund the... more
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Minimum Wage for Covered Government (SCA) Contractors Increased to $10.60

Effective January 1, 2019, the minimum wage for certain federal contractors increased from $10.35... more