Here is today’s Daily Dump:
– The House Small Business Committee has developed a web site, Small Biz Reg Watch, which highlights proposed regulations affecting businesses and includes links that allow you to provide comments to federal agencies about these proposed rules. [The Business Journals].
– Former Blackwater security guards, who were charged with manslaughter in 2008 for their alleged roles in a shooting in Iraq that left more than a dozen civilians dead, are not out of the woods yet as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit have revived the controversial prosecution which collapsed in 2009. [The BLT].
– Read Stan Hinton’s informative Blog for the latest developments in government contracting. [Stan Hinton].
- The United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) sustained a protest by Mission Essential Personnel because it found that (i) the agency had failed to alert the protester to two weaknesses in its proposal that eventually led to its rejection, and (ii) the agency’s method of evaluating “fill rates” was not in accordance with the evaluation scheme.