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PSC Applauds Senate DATA Act Passage (4/14/2014)
The Professional Services Council today commended the Senate for passing the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act), sponsored by Sens. Mark Warner and Rob Portman.
PSC Now - Employee Pay Reporting (4/9/14) (4/9/2014)
PSC expresses its “deep reservations” with a new presidential memorandum, engages with DHS, and kicks off its acquisition policy survey in this edition of PSC Now.
Who defines "fair and reasonable" contract pricing anyway? (4/8/2014)
With a new DoD deviation requiring contracting officers to affirm that prices for orders made via GSA Multiple Awards Schedules are fair and reasonable, PSC Executive Vice President and Council Alan Chvotkin explains the effects this could have on th
PSC Questions New Employee Pay Reporting, Confidentiality (4/8/2014)
PSC today expressed its “deep reservations” with a new presidential memorandum that would require only government contractors to submit extensive reporting on their salary practices.
PSC Says New Conflict Rule is “Unexecutable” and “a Solution in Search of a Problem” (4/4/2014)
PSC criticized the FAR Council for its proposed rule seeking to further regulate “personal conflicts of interest” (PCIs) in federal contracting.
PSC Now - Tech Expansion (3/25/14) (3/25/2014)
PSC announces tech policy expansions, talks security clearances and plans dozens of events on industry hot topics - all in this issue of PSC Now.
PSC Issues Statement on OMB, DoD Security Clearance Reports (3/18/2014)
PSC issued the following statement on the OMB and DoD security clearance reports, which were both released today.
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