Happy Friday! It’s been a busy week in federal government contracting news. Among the notable announcements, Federal agencies are staffing up and a new IRS web app has been announced. The Treasury Department laid out its updated vision for its financial management shared services offerings and some companies are considering opting out of working with the Defense Department because of the cost of the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.
Have a great weekend.
- As agencies rebuild staff capacity, OPM finalizes new rehiring tool for former employee [FedNewsNet]
- Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies [Whitehouse]
- Some companies may choose not to work with DoD because of CMMC [FedNewsNet]
- IRS procurement shop develops web app to predict contract spending [FedNewsNet]
- Federal Acquisition Regulation: Application of Micro-Purchase Threshold to Task and Delivery Orders [FedReg]
- VIEWPOINT: The Pitfalls of Factoring in Security and CMMC Costs [NatDefMag]
- Biden administration details its vision for agency reopening, post-pandemic telework [FedNewsNet]
- GovExec Daily: Staffing at the IRS and the Biden Budget [GovExec]
- Former Managers at Major Property Management Firm Plead Guilty to Defrauding U.S. Air Force [DOJ]
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