We’re in the final stretch! There are only about 5 weeks left in the fiscal year, which means the lives of government contractors are about to get more chaotic. But as August draws to a close, I hope you’re able to have a relaxing weekend; let’s get it started off right with the SmallGovCon Week in Review.
This week’s edition discusses an update on the ban of Kasperky anti-virus software, continuing uncertainty about GSA’s effort to re-bid SAM.gov, a contractor sentenced under a rent-a-vet scheme, and more.
Have a great weekend!
- Only three people comment on rule banning Kaspersky anti-virus software. [NextGov]
- DoD, GSA and NASA adopt final rule establishing paid sick leave for federal contractors. [Federal Register]
- GSA grants IBM six-month extension on its contract with SAM.gov and considers whether to put the business up for bidding. [FCW]
- The Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (Board) makes a final rule and amends its rules of procedure for cases arising under the Contract Disputes Act. [Federal Register]
- A contractor will spend a year in federal custody after admitting to hiring disabled veteran to pose as his business partner to land lucrative contracts. [Chron]
This article originally published on SmallGovCon.