Resources

Tuesday Insight – October 29, 2019

For 2020, DOL Raises Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors to $10.80 - The Department of Labor annually increases the minimum wage for federal contractor employees in accordance with Executive Order 13658. It recently noticed, via the Federal Register, that the 2020...

Tuesday Insight – October 22, 2019

How GSA plans to capture $6B in under-the-radar spending - Each year, federal agencies spend billions of dollars collectively making purchases using their federal government purchase cards or other micro-purchase methods, which receive little notice on a...

Tuesday Insight – October 15, 2019

DLA, GSA partner to streamline supply chain logistics, advance acquisition - The Defense Logistics Agency announced on October 9, 2019 that as part of a government-wide effort to increase efficiencies and effectiveness of the national supply chain, the Defense...

Tuesday Insight – October 8, 2019

GSA’s E-Commerce Portal Program Is Here: What the New Solicitation Means for Government Contractors - After nearly two years of planning, GSA has released an RFP seeking prototypes of online shopping portals that would allow federal customers to buy COTS items from...

Tuesday Insight – October 1, 2019

GAO Explores Options to Increase Opportunities for Mid-sized Businesses  -  On September 20, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) published a report on mid-sized businesses, their performance in the Federal market and options to increase opportunities for new...

Tuesday Insight – September 24, 2019

GSA Decommissioning FBO on Nov. 8  - On November 8, 2019, FedBizOps.gov (FBO.gov) is set to decommission. All functionality from FBO.gov will be migrated to beta.SAM.gov. According to GSA, this migration will make the contract opportunities portal more user-friendly. ...

Tuesday Insight – September 17, 2019

Closeout Sales Reporting and Sales Adjustments on Expired/Terminated Contracts - As of August 5, 2019, GSA has successfully migrated over all historical data on expired and terminated contracts under the MAS program. The historical contract data previously stored in...

Tuesday Insight – September 10, 2019

GSA Guidance on Section 889 FAR Rule - New Supply Chain Security FAR Rule is Effective August 13 In order to combat the national security and intellectual property threats that face the United States, Section 889(a)(1)(A) of the John S. McCain National Defense...

Tuesday Insight – September 3, 2019

GSA poised to complete schedule consolidation on deadline - The General Services Administration says it is on track to consolidate 24 schedules into one common set of terms and conditions for products and services by its Oct. 1, 2019, deadline.  If you have any...

Tuesday Insight – August 27, 2019

Supply chain concerns make GSA rethink refurbished IT - As part of its big effort to consolidate its dozens of buying schedules into a single one, the General Services Administration is looking at removing a category of "grayware" IT products, according to one of the...

What does the GSA Schedule Consolidation Mean for Your Company?

Let us help you with the tools and guidance necessary to come out on top.