A quick reminder that Fox Rothschild (Virtual) Federal Contract Symposium starts this Monday (October 5).

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After careful consideration, we elected hold the
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Earlier this month, we had the pleasure of opening the 2017 Associated General Contractors of America Federal Contractor Conference in Washington, DC with a presentation focused on the emerging
Continue Reading FAR 52.204-21 and the Future of Federal Cybersecurity Enforcement

As I’ve covered extensively on this blog, the U.S. government is conducting a wide-spread and on-going crackdown on contracting fraud.  Under the Civil False Claims Act alone, the government
Continue Reading Don’t Be Fooled by the Latest Example of Federal Small Business Contracting Fraud

For small business government contractors, the question of affiliation should always be at the top of the list of priorities.  A finding of affiliation between your business and another business
Continue Reading Contractor Compliance Update: Mentor-Protégé Agreement Must Be Approved to Avoid Affiliation

Just last week, we looked at the importance for small business contractors to check their SAM.gov profiles to make sure they are properly certified as small.  Incorrect information can lead
Continue Reading GAO: No Requirement to Certify as Small under Specific NAICS Code

Novations are the government contracting equivalent of M&A in the private sector – the process through which a government contract can be transferred from one business to another (without violating
Continue Reading Government Contract Novations – Practical Practices under FAR 42.1204

The hallmark of the government’s Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business programs is ownership and control of the business by a qualifying service-disabled veteran of the U.S. military.  So what happens when
Continue Reading Contractor Lands in Hot Water Over SDVOSB Scam