Government Contracts Regulation And Legislation To Watch in 2014

By Dietrich Knauth (January 1, 2014, 10:08 AM EST) -- The two-year budget deal signed at the end of 2013 offers at least a pause in the budgetary brinksmanship that led to the haphazard budget cuts of sequestration and a 16-day government shutdown, but Congress will  force contractors in 2014 to think on their feet as lawmakers seek to address embarrassing procurement missteps, such as the early failures of HealthCare.gov, and leverage the power of the purse to pursue social and political goals.

Here are the areas to watch for additional legislation and regulation in 2014:

Information technology procurement reform

The botched rollout of HealthCare.gov ramped up scrutiny of the federal...

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