GSA Sales
Newsletter - March 15, 2017 Volume 9 Issue 2
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Know Federal Contracting Market Trends

Gloria Larkin

As the United States transitions to a new president, the federal spending market is expected to continue with positive momentum, according to the experts speaking at the “GovConomy Today” event, which was held at The Ritz-Carlton, Tyson’s Corner, in McLean, Va., in January. At the meeting, Larry Davis, managing partner at Aronson LLC, reported that while overall the growth is stable in most federal industries, “there is outsize growth in cybersecurity, C4ISR, data analytics and health care [information technology].”

Additional federal spending highlights include the following:
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Congress Rolls Back Fed Contracting 'Blacklisting' Rule
by Tony Ware, Federal Times

The Senate has passed a Congressional Review Act resolution disapproving the Aug. 25, 2016, “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” federal acquisition regulation. 

Approving the CRA on March 7, the Senate now sends it for President Trump’s signature in order to officially roll back the final rule, which has not yet gone into effect because of a Texas federal court’s preliminary injunction. In addition, the CRA prevents future administrations from promulgating a similar rule. 

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