To Bid or Not to Bid on the Latest IDIQ
Jumping to bid on the latest IDIQ just because of FOMO? Five questions you should ask first.
Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity for Government Contractors
Why all contractors who touch government systems should be prepared to implement strong data collection and maintenance initiatives.
Five Fundamentals of the CTA that Small Businesses Need to Understand Now
By January 2022, small businesses will need to comply with the new Corporate Transparency Act. Learn more in this guest post from PilieroMazza.
Are IDIQs All They are Made Out to Be?
The fish don’t jump in the boat, but these IDIQ tips will help you land them.
9 “Pieces” to Diminish Cyber Risk for Small Companies, Part II
TAPE VP of Operations Stewart Wharton continues his cyber risk management tutorial with the final pieces of his 9-part plan.
9 “Pieces” to Diminish Cyber Risk for Small Companies, Part I
A simple 9-piece approach for creating a cyber risk management regime, from TAPE VP of Operations Stewart Wharton.
How the CMMC is Changing Culture One Company at a Time
Let’s set the record straight: The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification, or CMMC, accreditation body is not part of the Defense Department.
Court of Federal Claims (COFC) Finds in Favor of the Small Business Community
This is truly a landmark decision by the COFC–with the potential to affect a multitude of federal contracts.
FAR Council Issues New Interim Rule on Section 889 – Prohibitions on Using Chinese Telecommunications and Video Surveillance Equipment
How this new interim rule impacts the reviewing and reporting requirements of FAR 52.204-25.
GAO Reviews Agency Oversight of Small Business Subcontracting Plans
A recent GAO report on small business subcontracting plan compliance concluded that agency oversight of these plans need improvement.