Government Matters (Full Show) – August 15, 2016
On Monday’s Government Matters:
Sharon Steele, chair of the government contracts practice group at General Counsel, P.C., discusses the latest Deltek report which found bid protests were up 60 percent since 2008, as well as changes to the mentor-protégé relationship in federal contracting.
Mark Forman, general manager of the public sector division at Unisys, discusses changes made by the Office of Management and Budget to Circular A-130, and it’s impact on digital government.
Charlie Clark, senior correspondent at Government Executive, discusses an Inspector General’s report about the IRS’s role in tax-delinquent contracting firms being awarded contracts.