Month: August 2018

Lockheed Martin Corporation/Mission Support Alliance Employee Enters Settlement of Alleged False Claims Act Violations in Connection With Contracts at Hanford Site

Lockheed Martin Corporation/Mission Support Alliance Employee Enters Settlement of Alleged False Claims Act Violations in Connection With Contracts at Hanford Site The Justice Department announced today that Richard A. Olsen agreed to pay $124,440 to resolve claims that he violated the False Claims Act by submitting inflated prices in connection with a subcontract between Mission […]

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What is the next big thing in contracting – Artificial Intelligent Robotics

At World Congress the next big thing in contracting was Artificial Intelligent Robotics. There are 26 federal agencies that are implementing AI intelligent software in their contracting practices. I dug into the NCMA data bases and found some articles of interest for your research. US Air Force looks to accelerate artificial intelligence contracts https://www.defensenews.com/digital-show-dailies/farnborough/2018/07/17/air-force-looks-to-accelerate-artificial-intelligence-contracts/ Can AI […]

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What could the White House’s proposed government reorg look like for contractors?

Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. If any of the Trump administration’s plans for reorganizing actually come through, they could have a big impact on contracts held by merged agencies or functions. For more on this and a few other fiscal 2019 contracting […]

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