Government & Organizations
Crowell & Moring’s “All Things Protest” podcast keeps you up to date on major trends in bid protest litigation, key developments in high-profile cases, and best practices in state and federal procurement. In this episode, hosts Olivia Lynch and Rob Sneckenberg are joined by colleague Michael Samuels to discuss recent developments in GAO’s Key Personnel case law.
Materials discussed in this episode:
Byte-Sized Q&A: What’s not in CMMC 2.0?
All Things Protest: Past Performance Primer and Key 2021 Decisions (November 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What can we expect under CMMC 2.0?
Byte-Sized Q&A: What About Micro-Purchases?
All Things Protest: Big Decisions for Small Businesses (October 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: Why care about COTS?
Let‘s Talk FCA: The Government’s Authority to Dismiss a False Claims Act Case
Byte-Sized Q&A: Part 3 – The CMMC Clause
All Things Protest: COFC Takes Novel Approach to OTA Protest (September 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: Part 2 - The NIST DoD Assessment Clauses
All Things Protest: How to Prove Disparate Treatment (August 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: PART 1 - THE SAFEGUARDING CLAUSE
Byte-Sized Q&A: Paying a Criminal: Ransomware Payments and Related Sanctions Risks
All Things Protest: Failure to Update “Contingent” Pricing Dooms Proposal and Protest (July 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What is Ransomware?
All Things Protest: How to Handle Inadvertent Government Disclosure of Competition-Sensitive Information (June 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What Do Contractors Need To Know About The New Cybersecurity Executive Order?
All Things Protest: Proposed DFARS Rule on Enhanced Postaward Debriefings (May 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What are the DoD’s Requirements for Cloud Services?
Byte-Sized Q&A: Tell me about FedRAMP
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