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GovCon Research Report: Volume 2, Issue 2

April–June 2013

Berkeley Research Group’s Government Contracts Advisory Services (GCAS) practice keeps its clients up to date on the latest regulatory developments affecting the government contracts industry. This edition of the GovCon Research Report summarizes the critical regulatory and compliance issues contractors faced in the second calendar quarter of 2013. The issues are summarized by the following key subject-matter areas:

  • GSA Matters
  • DoD Office of Inspector General Reports
  • Pertinent Government Accountability Office (GAO) Audit Reports
  • Key Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Updates
  • Key Defense Acquisition Regulation (DFAR) Updates
  • Latest on Sequestration and Government Spending

To read the full report, click here.

Ashton Carter Memo – Handling Budgetary Uncertainty in Fiscal Year 2013

Ashton Carter MemoBy: Ryan Byrd

On January 10, 2013, Deputy Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter issued a memorandum for the secretaries of the various military departments regarding the handling of the budgetary uncertainty in fiscal year 2013.

In the memo, Mr. Carter identifies two sources of the budgetary uncertainty: the Continuing Resolution (CR) and the potential of the deferred sequestration. The CR holds the operating funding for the DoD at FY 2012 levels and could be extended to the end of the fiscal year if Congress does not enact appropriations bills for FY 2013. The potential sequestration could occur as early as March 1, 2013.

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