It’s been a great (and busy) week for me and my colleagues at Koprince Law as we settle into our new roles. Along with our new roles, keeping our SmallGovCon readers apprised of the latest and greatest in government contracting remains one of our passions. As you move into a (hopefully relaxing) Labor Day weekend, let the sweet sounds of these government contracting updates be your guide.
This week, we’ve had updates on some big DOD contracts, Section 889 updates, and GSA evaluating price on some contracts at order–rather than IDIQ–level.
- OPM Begins Recompete of $640 Million E-Learning Contract. [bloomberggovernment]
- Two of DoD’s Biggest Military Contracts Are Now Up for Grabs. [military.com]
- How the DOD is developing its AI ethics guidance. [fedsccop]
- GSA finally pushing price competition to where it belongs: At the task order level. [federalnewsnetwork]
- End of the federal fiscal year brings concerns for agencies, contractors. [federalnewsnetwork]
- OMB Issues Interim Rule for Banning IT Products From Federal Systems. [nextgov]
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