The Small Business Administration has proposed the most sweeping changes to the small business regulation in years. As reported in the December 29th Federal Register the SBA is proposing changes in the Limitation on Subcontracting, affiliation, joint venture and recertification rules. The most significant proposed changes are summarized below. Limitation on Subcontracting Currently, recipients of […]
Deltek’s Leslie Stefanik sat down with Aronson consultant Donna Dominguez to discuss DCAA’s treatment of delinquent Incurred Cost Submissions in this informative video.
2014 M&A Recap: With 81 M&A deals announced in the Government Services market, transaction activity in 2014 increased by 25% compared to 2013 and was in-line with 2012 levels. Improved revenue visibility and betterunderstanding of the new environment was a key factor to this volume increase. For public strategic buyers, higher company valuation, increased dry powder, […]
NASA is considering its options to address long overdue contractor costs. These options result from decreased DCAA involvement, and in turn, decreased review of Incurred Cost submissions raising the ire of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG). According to DCAA, there are more than 19,000 proposals pending review. Approximately 1,150 of those proposals are […]
From Government Executive: General Services Administration head Dan Tangherlini will step down from his post in February, he announced in a memo to staff Thursday, after serving three years in the Obama administration. Tangherlini — a Mr. Fix-It known for short stints in a variety of agencies — has attempted to reform and modernize GSA, which provides […]
The FAR Counsel has amended the FAR to incorporate the $10.10 minimum wage requirement originally set forth in Executive Order 13658. The new FAR sections are Subpart 22.19 “Establishing a Minimum Wage for Contractors” and FAR clause 52.222-55 “Minimum Wages Under Executive Order 13658.” This clause applies to construction and service contracts and will be […]