Here is today’s Daily Dump:
– Click here for a summary of the benefits of the Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism (“C-TPAT”) program, membership in which may reduce the frequency of Customs inspections of incoming goods, decreasing costs in transit and making the goods available in the U.S. sooner. [Export Compliance Matters].
– A House bill would require agencies to set a predetermined award price for IT products and services, instead inviting contractors to compete on other factors, including quality, past performance, and technical details. [Federal Computer Week]
– This article summarizes a recent court case in which two contracting executives were plead guilty to using a shell company to receive more than $31 million in small business set-asides, although the company was not qualified for the work. [Washington Post].
– Read Stan Hinton’s Blog for the latest key decisions in government contracting cases and appeals. [Stan Hinton].
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