Top 5 Gov't Contracting Policies To Watch In 2022

By Daniel Wilson (January 3, 2022, 12:02 PM EST) -- A U.S. Department of Defense update of its pending overhaul of cybersecurity requirements for contractors is possible in 2022 as are other policy moves affecting federal contractors, including proposed changes to the False Claims Act.

Here are five potential policy moves that contractors should keep an eye out for during the new year:

The Pentagon's Tweaked Cybersecurity Rule

The Department of Defense said in November that it would overhaul a pending program that will ultimately require defense contractors and subcontractors to meet certain minimum cybersecurity requirements, with a strong possibility of a related rule coming in 2022.

Under the Cybersecurity Maturity...

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