A Grand Slam for the Schedules

Like many of you, I was out practicing my golf swing for the Coalition’s upcoming Annual Joseph P. Caggiano Golf Tournament this past weekend. As my shots hooked left and sliced right, I reflected upon the many procurement opportunities and reforms that we have seen...

An Update on the FY 2019 NDAA

Following the Senate’s recent passage of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), we are rapidly approaching the finish line for this critical piece of legislation. With the filing earlier this week of the Conference Report, H. Rept....

OLMs: Continuing the Momentum

This week, the Coalition for Government Procurement’s Pricing and Regulatory Compliance Oversight (PRCO) Committee met with the General Services Administration (GSA) to discuss the ongoing implementation of the Order Level Materials (OLM) final rule. As many of you...

Section 814 and the Potential Impact on Innovation

H.R. 5515, the “John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019” (the Senate NDAA) passed the Senate on June 18, 2018. At this point, the House and Senate will go to conference to work out a compromise bill that can pass both chambers and go...

Section 846 Implementation and the Applicability of Law

The move to e-Commerce solutions envisioned by Section 846 of the FY18 National Defense Authorization Act is just the latest procurement reform initiative that seeks to strike the right balance between unique government requirements and acquisition streamlining. ...