DHS OIG Highlights: DHS Needs to Strengthen Its Suspension and Debarment Program

The January 25 report from the US Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General contains four recommendations aimed to improve oversight and accountability for the Suspension and Debarment Program.  Continue reading DHS OIG Highlights: DHS Needs to Strengthen Its Suspension and Debarment Program

RAND Study: Assessing Bid Protests of U.S. Department of Defense Procurements

RAND Corporation has released a new study, Assessing Bid Protests of U.S. Department of Defense Procurements: Identifying Issues, Trends, and Drivers. Continue reading RAND Study: Assessing Bid Protests of U.S. Department of Defense Procurements

Congress Approves NDIA 2018

The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 bill authorizes appropriations and sets forth policies for Department of Defense (DOD) programs and activities, including military personnel strengths. It does not provide budget authority, which is provided in subsequent appropriations legislation. Continue reading Congress Approves NDIA 2018

Women in Government Contracting Fall Service and Networking Event

On November 8, BRG will cosponsor a charitable event in Washington, DC, for women veterans and contribute to Women Veterans Interactive and American Red Cross’ “Totes for Hope” service project. Items will be delivered to women veterans in regional Veteran Affairs hospitals, transitional facilities, and community resource and referral centers, as well as transported to military women serving abroad. Continue reading Women in Government Contracting Fall Service and Networking Event

Advanced Forum on DCAA and DCMA Cost, Pricing, Compliance, and Audits

On June 13, Mary Karen Wills will discuss “New Audit Challenges for Industry: The Practical Impact of the DCAA Selected Areas of Cost Guidebook.” Continue reading Advanced Forum on DCAA and DCMA Cost, Pricing, Compliance, and Audits