Protect Your Data Or Lose DoD Business: Maj. Gen. Murphy (EXCLUSIVE)

Story excerpt provided by breakingdefense.com PENTAGON: “I would rather not have to shove this down industry’s throat,” the director of the Protecting Critical Technology Task Force told me here. “I would rather this be a conversation than direction, but we’ve unfortunately seen over the years … if there’s no repercussions to not having security, there’s … Continue reading Protect Your Data Or Lose DoD Business: Maj. Gen. Murphy (EXCLUSIVE)

Want to Win More Government Contracts? Stop Making These Seven Mistakes

Story excerpt provided by publicspendforum.net The federal government awards nearly $500 billion each year on contracts, and anyone can compete for them! After registering your business, you can join thousands of companies that participate in the government contracting marketplace. But beware, the contracting process means that thousands of companies also spend a lot of money, … Continue reading Want to Win More Government Contracts? Stop Making These Seven Mistakes

Federal Contract Award Data from FPDS Will Be on SAM Before Spring

Story excerpt provided by nextgov.com With FedBizOpps shuttered and shifted to beta.SAM.gov, the General Services Administration is readying for the next major transition to its centralized federal contracting site: moving the reporting function of the contract awards database, the Federal Procurement Data System, or FPDS. By March 16, the reporting tools on fpds.gov site will … Continue reading Federal Contract Award Data from FPDS Will Be on SAM Before Spring

The Air Force invites the cyber industry to speed date

Story excerpt provided by fifthdomain.com The Air Force will hold a pitch day focused on cybersecurity next year, according to an official. Joe Bradley, the director of Cyber Resiliency Office for Weapons Systems (CROWS), told Fifth Domain in a December interview that — in conjunction with the Air Force’s cyber entities in San Antonio — … Continue reading The Air Force invites the cyber industry to speed date

Contracting Market Jolted Out of Complacency by Critical Change Currently Underway

Story excerpt provided by targetgov.com The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) released its long-awaited consolidated Schedule solicitation on FedBizOpps.gov on October 1. The new solicitation modernizes federal acquisition by consolidating and streamlining the existing 24 Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) into a single Schedule or contract for products, services, and combined solutions. Sales through the old … Continue reading Contracting Market Jolted Out of Complacency by Critical Change Currently Underway