The General Services Administration released an updated question-and-answers document on its temporary waiver of the Trade Agreement Act for COVID-19-related products.
Eye on Oversight: CARES Act Relief Brings Accompanying Federal Oversight and Potential Increased Contractor Scrutiny
Rob McDonald will co-present an overview of current contractor relief options and discuss the expanding federal oversight and investigative framework emerging from recent COVID-19-related legislation
Key Government Guidance, Directives, and References in Response to Novel Coronavirus and COVID-19 The below list includes government-issued guidance and directives by agency pertaining to COVID-19 response. Contract Performance and Cost Recovery Small Business...
US government departments and agencies are coordinating efforts to prioritize foreign assistance to maximize the potential for impact.
GAO recently released a report to Congress on CAS Board activities, and the CAS Board published a notice to advise the public of its winter meetings.
Security measures in a telework environment should cover information systems and technology, and all other aspects of the information systems used by the employee.
Mary Karen Wills and Mia Bautista will provide an overview of the Contractor Purchasing System Review process and discuss trends, including an overview of key elements of concern that auditors look for during a CPSR.
The CARES Act includes a provision for $349 billion for small businesses through federally backed loans under the Paycheck Protection Program, a modified and expanded Small Business Administration (SBA) 7(a) loan guaranty program.
The CARES Act contains provisions directed at government contractors adversely impacted by the crisis and significantly streamlines aspects of federal procurement.
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