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PSC Now - PSC Slams Blacklisting EO (10/16/14) (10/16/2014)
PSC told senior administration officials that the July “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” executive order targeting contractor compliance is contrary to existing law. PSC is also expanding, with two new hires announced! All the PSC news you need in this
In a new study by Market Connections, Inc. and Professional Services Council (PSC), 70 percent of government IT decision-makers report moderate to high impact of the “convergence” of technology and professional services, or consumption-based “as a se
PSC Tells White House to Fix Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order (10/14/2014)
The Professional Services Council (PSC) told senior administration officials that the July “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” executive order is contrary to existing law, would result in exorbitant increased costs to the government and companies, and lac
CIDC Now - New USAID Dep. Admin. (10/9/2014)
PSC's Council of International Development Companies (CIDC) publishes the CIDC Now newsletter every month to keep you up to date on on industry issues.
PSC Supports Congressional Recommendations to Improve Acquisition (10/8/2014)
The Professional Services Council today expressed support for a set of proposals by members of the congressional New Democrat Coalition to improve federal acquisition processes.
PSC to Welcome Aboard NAVSEA Dir. of Contracts as New SVP of Defense & Intel in December (10/7/2014)
The Professional Services Council today announced that Jerry Punderson, the director of contracts for the Naval Sea Systems Command, will join PSC on December 1 as Senior Vice President of Defense and Intelligence.
The current ability to protest task orders – sometimes – isn't good enough (10/2/2014)
In his latest Washington Business Journal column, PSC Executive Vice President and Counsel Alan Chvotkin wonders whether it is time to rethink the restrictions on task orders given that task orders are increasingly mimicking the qualities of stand-al
Labor Department Minimum Wage Rule Still Highly Problematic, PSC Says (10/2/2014)
PSC criticized the Labor Department’s rule raising the minimum wage levels for certain government contractor employees for being too complicated and confusing and for failing to address critical issues.
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