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3 Things You Need to Know When Trying to Correct a Poor CPARS Rating

The Contractor Performance Assessment Reports System (CPARS) allows agencies to rate the contractors with which they do business. A poor CPARS rating is a fairly serious matter for contractors, and can impair them from getting future contracts. 599 more words

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Why Did the IRS Give Equifax a $7.25 million contract?

Politico  and The Hill on October 5 reported that the IRS had awarded Equifax a sole source $j7.25 million contract “to verify taxpayer identity and to assist in ongoing identity verification and validations needs of the Service.”   Naturally, this raised question from all quarters in the wake of the  695 more words

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GAO or the Court: Does Where You File Your Protest Make A Big Difference?

An offeror protested an award by the U.S. Forest Service when the agency’s solicitation appeared to favor a competitor, but the protest was denied at GAO. 678 more words

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SDVOSB vs. AbilityOne: Major Court Ruling Stayed Pending Appeal

In May 2017, SDVOSBs and VOSBs lodged another big win in their battle to enforce the statutory preferences for veteran-owned companies: the Court of Federal Claims held that the VA cannot buy products or services using the AbilityOne list without first applying the “rule of two” and determining whether qualified SDVOSBs or VOSBs are likely to bid. 60 more words

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How Commercial Technologies Can Have An Edge When Competing for Govt. Contracts

Contracts with the Federal Government represent big bucks for technology companies. According to ITDashboard.gov, government agencies spent a whopping $82.8 billion on information technology investments in FY2016, a number that’s poised to grow in the next two years. 608 more words

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