Industrial Base Challenges Pose Risks for National Security

Industrial Base Challenges Pose Risks for National Security By Moshe Schwartz, President, Etherton and Associates This week’s FAR & Beyond blog features a guest author on national security. The comments herein do not necessarily reflect the views of The Coalition...

Keeping Up with the Coalition

With 2022 nearing its midway point, the Coalition for Government Procurement is pleased to share exciting events, news, and developments coming soon for our members. Last week’s blog highlighted a jam-packed schedule of upcoming committee meetings and webinars in May...

Coalition Springs into Action

Springtime has been busy (in a good way!) here at the Coalition and it’s hard to believe it’s already May!    We started off April with a flurry of committee meetings, including two different IT/Services Committee meetings discussing NASA SEWP and GSA’s Office of IT...

A Plan for National Cyber Hardening and Resilience

By Chris Williams & Robert Metzger This week’s FAR & Beyond blog features two guest authors on national security. The comments herein do not necessarily reflect the views of The Coalition for Government Procurement. The world confronts a turning point in...

GSA’s Temporary EPA Moratorium Sputters Out of the Gate

Last week, this blog highlighted GSA’s March 17 release of Acquisition Letter MV-22-02, Temporary Moratorium on Enforcement of Certain Limitations Contained in Certain GSA Economic Price (EPA) Contract Clauses (the Acquisition Letter). The letter provides pricing...

Opportunities for Contracting Efficiency

Discussions about acquisition reform tend to focus on the processes of procurement, and well they should. Despite decades of reform efforts, procurement in the federal marketplace still struggles with challenges centering on issues, like the coordinated management of...