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Buried in a stack of electronic links on the OMB webpage is a report issued on 9/14/2012 (7 days after the administration’s due date) concerning the sequestration “crisis/issue/thing” looming for 2013. Over a mere 158 pages, OMB attempts to provide … Continue reading
The video started to get some dust on it, but the insights are still valid.
A rule issued on September 6, 2012, entitled “Documenting Contractor Performance,” proposes to amend FAR 42.1503, Procedures, to provide standardized past performance evaluation factors and performance rating categories. The rule also addresses appeals of government evaluations of contractor performance. Under … Continue reading
I was asked to prepare some information for budgeting for next year and realized that I hadn’t spent nearly enough time getting to know sequestration. I basically knew that they keep jurors from talking to the public and viewing media … Continue reading
This is my first noble attempt at a video-based blog entry. I hope you enjoy the brief 5 minutes or so. Let me know what you think!
I know I ranted about sequestration, but I guess it finally hit home for me when one of my students asked what I thought about it. I am in the DC metro area and I teach in the DC metro … Continue reading
I have spent some time since the launch of www.SAM.gov trying to just figure it out and determine how some useful links I once had have migrated over (CCR, ORCA, etc.). The short answer I found was – they haven’t. … Continue reading