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Article Excerpt: The federal government has a statutory goal of awarding 23% of contracts to small businesses, which are defined as businesses that are “independently owned.”  However, according to a new report issued by the American Small Business League (ASBL),  77.6 … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: The number of new suppliers to the U.S. government fell 14 percent last year even as the Obama administration sought to increase competition in contracting. Contract awards in the year that ended Sept. 30 went to about 29,800 … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: When you’re out in your backyard this summer, smile — you might be on camera. A camera mounted on a drone flying overhead, that is. That’s because the Federal Aviation Administration is drafting a rule that would allow … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: Humans aren’t generally very good at writing secure code. But it seems they’re even worse at it when they’re an employee of a government bureaucracy or hired as unaccountable federal contractors. In a talk at the Black Hat … Continue reading

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George Bulpitt – Gov-Con Solutions’ Senior Government Compliance Specialist, George Bulpitt gives input on this important question. This posting is a combination of a long time interest of mine and a seminar question.  When the issue of limiting executive compensation entered … Continue reading

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