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Happy Holidays & Thank You

Thank you to all the Coalition members for your strong support in 2017! In a year of continuing change, the transition to a new Administration provided an opportunity for a

Happy Holidays and Thank You

This week marks the last Friday Flash of 2016. Thank you to all the Coalition members for your strong support throughout the year towards our collective efforts in promoting common

Happy Fourth of July

It is with mixed emotions that the Coalition wishes Roy Dicharry, our Policy Analyst, God speed as he leaves to join the State Department’s diplomatic corps.  We are very excited

Happy Thanksgiving from Coalition President, Roger Waldron

Abraham Lincoln’s famous Thanksgiving Day Proclamation has become an annual tradition at the Coalition. The October 3, 1863 Presidential Proclamation, released in the midst of the Civil War, called on

Supporting Veterans While Promoting Common Sense in Government Procurement

On Wednesday the nation honored our Veterans.  Veterans Day is a special time to say thank you to veterans and their families for their service and the sacrifices they have

Alliant 2 RFI

On July 14th GSA issued an Request for Information (RFI) seeking feedback on a revised list of Leading Edge Technologies (LETS) for the Alliant 2 Unrestricted and Small Business Set-Aside

Is “Innovation” the answer?

Today, one of the top procurement “buzz words” has to be “innovation.” It seems that every day departments and agencies across the federal government are seeking “innovation” in one form

Happy 4th of July!

Members, This week the FAR & Beyond Blog and the Friday Flash are dedicated to the Fourth of July. The blog highlights excerpts from a speech given by President Kennedy

Carolyn Alston, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, to Retire.

It is with a sense of both honor and sadness the Coalition announces that Carolyn Alston, our Executive Vice President and General Counsel, will be retiring in July. We are

A Day of Remembrance

Memorial Day was originally referred to as Decoration Day and honored those who fell fighting to preserve our Union during the Civil War.  The first official recognition of Memorial Day