Monday, May 10, 2021

Subscribers Only

Free

The most comprehensive source for developments in law, cyber,
and compliance for the government contracts community

Pub K’s Annual Review webcast will air on December 12, 2019. Watch leading government contracts professionals discuss recent legal developments.

Agency’s Alleged Clarifications Were Really Discussions But It Didn’t Matter Because...

Protest challenging the agency’s price evaluation and conduct of exchanges is dismissed in part and denied in part. The protester alleged the awardee could...

Solicitation Required Offerors to Present Information in a Diagram, So Agency...

Protest challenging protester’s elimination from the competitive range is denied. The protester alleged the agency evaluated its response to a sample task against unstated...

Ransomware Attack Shuts Down Major US Fuel Pipeline

Fuel giant Colonial Pipeline temporarily shut down IT systems controlling its gas and diesel pipeline operations after discovering evidence of a ransomware attack on...

Cybersecurity and Sarbanes-Oxley

Mark Kelly writes again about how poor cybersecurity and software patch management leads to faulty internal financial controls, this time citing a cybersecurity breach...

DOJ Continues Focus on Collusion in Government Procurements

In November 2019, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the formation of a multi-agency Procurement Collusion Strike Force (PCSF or Strike Force)...

No Evidence Alleged False Statements Supported Any Payment Requests; United States...

The district court granted the defendant’s motion to dismiss a qui tam complaint alleging grant fraud. Despite the court’s clear instructions explaining the deficiencies...

Annual Review

Most Read

Don’t have an account?

Existing Members