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5 Warning Signs Your Prime’s Going to Cut You Out of The Deal

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Doing business and creating strategic alliances in the realm of government contracts as a subcontractor can be a considerable investment when pouring substantial resources into the bid and proposal stage. So, when a Prime decides to either decline awarding a subcontract or terminate one before the subcontractor can recoup their costs, it can be devastating. Unfortunately, as an attorney I’ve dealt with more than my fair share of premature and unlawful terminations.  As a result, I’ve noticed a few behavioral...



Large Single Opportunity for DHS on July 31st 2017

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Homeland Security has an opportunity called “Data Center Support Services” (the DCSS for short) which has a multitude of first-generation awardees currently in place for the DHS. The scope of this opportunity is to provide comprehensive information for the DCSS to the Customs and Border Patrol (or CBP) Office of Information Technology (OIT) in addition to Enterprise Operations, Enterprise Infrastructure, Enterprise Architecture, and Common Services. The planned support will cover the following offices: CBP Headquarter Offices in Washington, DC, CBP Data...



VA Announces New Push for Modernized EHR System

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UPDATE: The VA is facing two major obstacles to a new EHR implementation with Cerner. The first obstacle, a skinny FY18 funding bill known as the Make America Secure Appropriations Act for DOD-funding, includes a provision which limits full IT-funding to the VA until it can explain, among other issues: its sole-source solicitation to Cerner, how the DOD platform can be replicated, and a strategic implementation plan. The second obstacle, reported on August 24th, is a lawsuit from EHR vendor CliniComp,...



A Glimpse of IT Modernization Plans for FY18

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Latest Update: Now that we have entered Fiscal Year 2018, take a look at our FY18 Forecast series for some of the other major contracts expected from Federal agencies. Update: With President Trump’s signature on December 12th, the MGT Act was officially codified as a part of the FY18 NDAA.  Update: The MGT Act was passed in the Senate as an amendment to the FY18 NDAA, like other issues with contracting impact which have been passed in the NDAA in years...



Federal Procurement and the new FY17 Budget

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With the House of Representatives approving a new Omnibus Appropriations bill this week which could fund the Federal government until the end of Fiscal Year 2017, and a Senate vote due soon, EZGovOpps has put together some analysis on the procurement impact of the spending plan as well as budget comparisons. The budgets we will compare, in particular, are the spending plans President Trump unveiled for FY18 (covered by EZGovOpps here and here), and the similar proposal from the President...



Trump Budget Cuts: DHS, TSA, and More

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EZGovOpps has already taken a look at the small business impact of the budget cuts proposed by President Trump proposed in his budget blueprint. Many Federal agencies are facing a major reduction in funding, as you can tell by the graphic on the right, with many cuts targeting specific grant programs within the agencies. According to the Budget Blueprint, the total $54 billion in budget cuts are intended to offset increases in military and public safety spending by the Department...



Lockheed Martin Bringing UVS’s to Air Force

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No, UVS is not a new weapon like UAV’s or UUV’s, but “Unmanned Vending Services” for logistics support to 3 major Air Force bases. As a part of the Air Force logistics Generation III Industrial Product-Support Vendor (IPV) contract, worth $750 million, Lockheed Martin will modernize the logistics at Air Logistics Centers (ALCs) located at Hill Air Force Base, Utah; Tinker Air Force Base, Okla.; and Robins Air Force Base, Ga by replacing the way maintenance parts are manually stored and...


3-D printing might be the defense industry’s next big thing

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3-D printing offers opportunity for government contractors focused on innovation. As technology advances, some companies are proposing using additive manufacturing, or 3-D printing, to meet the Defense Department’s needs more efficiently and flexibly. When you ask most people to imagine a defense contracting project, they think of big-ticket projects –fighter jets, weapons, cyber warfare. But an enormous part of the Department of Defense contracting budget goes toward repair, maintenance, and the logistics of shipping parts across the globe. Overall, half...



Navy Requesting Info for New Procurement Systems (ePS)

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UPDATE: In July 2017, the Navy released the final solicitation for the new ePS. The Navy has calculated that the number of ePS users could hit 115,500, ranging from 5,500 “critical users” with Navy contracting authority, to 100,000 industry partners involved in the Navy procurement process. The “critical users” are a part of 10 Heads of the Contracting Activity (HCA) commands and one non-HCA command, including Installations and Logistics, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps (HQMC, I&L) and Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP). Proposals are due...


At OMB, Mulvaney will push contractors for efficiency

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The Mulvaney OMB and federal contracting: an EZGovOpps analysis Procurement planners squinting into the Trump transition’s crystal ball don’t quite know what to think. On one hand, president-elect Donald Trump campaigned on a “trillion-dollar rebuilding plan” for the nation’s infrastructure and called for boosting defense spending by an estimated $250 billion over the next four years – And of course, the cost of Trump’s campaign promise, the U.S.-Mexico border wall, has been estimated at $25 billion. On the other hand,...