Join Allen Federal and Federal Publications Seminars in lovely Hilton Head South Carolina this July for Hilton Head Government Contracts Week! A key feature of the week will be the popular July 22-23 Advanced Issues in Multiple Award Schedule Contracting class, with Allen Federal’s own Larry Allen and Jonathan Aronie of Sheppard Mullin. The Advanced Issues class features the latest tips on contract compliance, schedule contract negotiation, extensions, day-to-day management, and more! You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you may beat your head against a wall at the Hilton, or someplace else. Get all the information you need to know about the Advanced Issues in Schedules Contracting Class and Hilton Head Contracts Week here: http://www.fedpubseminars.com/Training/Hilton-Head-Government-Contracts-Week/
It should be obvious by now. Whether data is stored on government systems or by a commercial company, like Target, it is at risk for being hacked. There are several lessons here for government contractors, not the least of which is ensure any system they have that stores government information is kept as safe as possible, but there’s another one that you might Read more
No, not the Dallas Buyers Club. The government’s senior acquisition official is directing the top 35 federal agencies to set up non-traditional contracting and acquisition processes for IT and professional services, commonly known as “Buyers Clubs”. The Buyers Club concept, currently Read more
While DOD announced last week that the agency is expanding its Centers of Excellence program to provide DOD buyers more direction in buying commercial services, contractors may not cheer the development. The effort is, in reality, a mechanism for getting lower prices for Read more
As of July 1st, Allen Federal’s rate for hourly work will increase to $450 for our principle. Rates for administrative staff will continue to be negotiated on a case-by-case basis. Our minimum monthly retainer amount has also increased for all new business. Current retainer clients are not affected. Contact Larry Allen at email@example.com for more information.