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Whether it's a new policy, a new leader coming into the government or a new best practice report, there is a lot to keep up with in the public sector market. Public Spend Forum cuts through all the daily news and provides you only the stories that are most relevant.

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Public Procurement Round-Up

In the latest edition of our round-up from across the public sector market: The federal government's use of simplified acquisition procedures reaches an all-time high, NASA and Russia must continue to get along, and state CPOs and CIOs forge an action plan. Get these stories and more in our daily Newswire email.

 

 

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FLASH: DHS Awards Spots On New Agile Development Contract

The small business advocacy group appeals a federal judge's tossing of its injunction.

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Philadelphia Bill Takes Procurement Out Of The Truman Era

Proposed change would give authorities more flexibility.

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When Corrective Action Is Incorrect

A look at two recent examples when agencies tried to correct mistakes, but only made things worse.

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ASBL Continues Legal Battle

The small business advocacy group appeals a federal judge's tossing of its injunction.

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New DoD Rule On Research Upsets Industry

A new rule has industry wondering where the "independence" in independent research and development is.

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Palantir and DoD’s Struggle with Startups

The Pentagon wants to work with Silicon Valley, but there is still a divide.

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New York Governor Wants A Chief Procurement Prosecutor

The new CPO must have investigative and prosecutorial experience.

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Contractor Group Sues over Fair Pay Rule

The organization says it unfairly penalizes contractors for alleged labor law violations.

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