GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (8/26–30)
Welcome to the first installment of the GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief!
In each Weekly Debrief, we will provide a snapshot into some of the week's news in and around the government contracting space.
"On October 1, 2019, GSA will publish the new, consolidated, solicitation on FedBizOpps along with applicable attachments."
"As a threshold matter, we believe that the determination of no standing is wrong as a matter of law, and the very analysis in the opinion compels a determination that the procurement was unlawful on several grounds."
"DEOS was awarded to CSRA, an IT solutions and services company, and its contractors Dell and Minburn Technology. The solutions will be built on the Microsoft Office 365 platform. CSRA was acquired by General Dynamics in 2018."
"The USSPACECOM mission is to deter aggression and conflict, defend U.S. and allied freedom of action, deliver space combat power for the Joint/Combined force, and develop joint warfighters to advance U.S. and allied interests in, from, and through the space domain."
"The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants to hear from vendors who can deliver technical expertise and products that can help secure health organizations’ telehealth capabilities."
"The National Guard is contemplating expanding its cybersecurity vulnerability assessment pilot following recent ransomware attacks in Texas and Louisiana."
Special Note: Joshua Duvall to present on "Debriefings and Bid Protests" (Sept. 4th)
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