It’s mid-August, which means school is back in session! If you have little ones, we hope they had a nice first few days back.
But before we head out to enjoy the weekend, let’s take a look at the SmallGovCon Week in Review. In this week’s edition, the Pentagon’s procurement process is criticized, contractors are reminded how to prep for a government shutdown (let’s hope one doesn’t happen), and more.
Have a great weekend!
- Michael Griffin, Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, lashed out at the Pentagon’s oppressive procurement process. [Space News]
- How contractors can plan for a government shutdown. [Federal News Radio]
- GSA adds
webpage that lists Pentagon contractors that have received waivers for new contracts despite having been barred from government work because of fraud-related charges. [Bloomberg Government]
- Oracle protests the DoD’s decision to make JEDI a single source. [Federal News Radio]
- Kaspersky Lab argues that the ban on its products is unreasonable. [NextGov]
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