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By Eric Crusius, Mary Beth Bosco
The overuse of the Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) source selection process (see FAR 15.101-2(a)) has drawn criticism from both industry and government over the last few years.
By Jennifer Hernandez, Daniel Golub
The California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) on Nov. 29, 2018, issued its final Guidelines for the implementation of Senate Bill 35 of 2017 (SB 35).
By Tara Vance
H-1B visas are arguably the most common U.S. work visa applicable to all industries.
By June L. Marshall
DOPA was enacted in 2008, but regulations were never issued and the law did not take full effect.
By Judith Nemsick
Only a few pieces of wreckage subsequently were washed ashore on islands in the Indian Ocean and the eastern coast of Africa.
By Mitchell A Bashur, Leila George-Wheeler
On Nov. 27, 2018, the U.S. DoD issued Class Deviation 2019-O0001, which, effective immediately, requires contracting officers to consider the use of fixed-price contracts, including fixed-price incentive contracts.
By Wifredo Ferrer, David Haller
In 2017, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) initiated a review of its 2015 policy concerning individual accountability in corporate cases (known as the "Yates Memo").
By Christopher DeLacy, John Irving IV, Charles Borden
When interacting with the federal government, including the legislative branch, it is essential that all statements, whether written or verbal, be completely truthful.
By Wifredo Ferrer, Caitlin Eberhardt
On Sept. 9, 2015, then-Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates issued a memo requiring federal prosecutors to investigate any individuals responsible for illegal corporate conduct before settling a case.
By Eddie Williams III
Allergy Associates of Hartford, P.C., entered into a Resolution Agreement and agreed to pay $125,000 to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
By Eric Crusius
On Nov. 27, 2018, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released its annual report to Congress that details the prior year's protest statistics.
By Jeffrey Mittleman, Andrew Namkung
The OIG issued an unfavorable advisory opinion on a proposed program by which a marketer would provide free drugs to hospitals to utilize in an inpatient setting to treat infantile epilepsy.
By Eric Crusius, Mitchell A Bashur
Today, the General Services Administration (GSA) announced that it will be consolidating all of its Multiple Award Schedules (GSA Schedules) over the next couple of years.
By Philip J. Catanzano
The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has revised its Case Processing Manual (commonly referred to as the CPM) yet again.
By Dawn Rudenko Albert
In a case of first impression, Judge Gregg Costa of the Fifth Circuit, affirming a lower court decision, held that a dismissal without prejudice of a Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) case does not support a prevailing-party fee award.
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