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Those doing business with the State of Maine need to know their way around public records laws. What is the risk that sensitive business information included within a bid response to a request for proposal (RFP) may become...more
The federal government must publish new procedures 90 days after the 2014 Intelligence Authorization Act is signed. These procedures will become effective upon publication.
Intelligence community contractors will be...more
Healthcare suppliers and service providers live in a regulated world. They are constantly under audit scrutiny. Sometimes federal agencies (i.e private contractors) conduct the audits; other times state agencies conduct the...more
A recent Order (MO-2786) of a Senior Adjudicator of the Office of the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner provides a useful guide for organizations wishing to protect confidential and financial information submitted...more
A new rule proposed for federal government contractors will require that all federal contracts over $100,000 (including contracts for commercial items and those to small businesses) will have to include a clause requiring the...more
Government contractors should take note of a newly proposed FAR rule that requires basic safeguards for government contractor information systems. Under the proposed rule, government contractor information systems that...more
On July 30, 2012, Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson announced a settlement agreement with Accretive Health (Accretive) resolving a lawsuit filed against Accretive in January 2012. The settlement requires Accretive to...more
In a recent order of the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, an adjudicator concluded that confidential information included in a contract was not “supplied” to the municipality and, therefore, must...more
Congress currently is considering various cybersecurity bills. While Congress debates cyber legislation, the executive agencies are adopting regulations governing how government contractors handle contract-related information...more
Court ducks Constitutional privacy issue
In a rare unanimous decision, the Supreme Court held on January 19, 2011 that NASA's background inquiries of its contract employees regarding drug treatment or counseling and other...more
As a demonstration of the butterfly effect of chaos theory, changes made to U.S. law after the 9/11 terror attacks are now being raised as blockages on the competitiveness of U.S.-based outsourcing and IT services companies...more
A summary of Pennsylvania's Right to Know Law....more
E-Verify Shall Be Mandatory for Federal Contractors.
Effective January 15th, 2009, all Federal Contractors must enroll in E-Verify if and when they are awarded a federal contract or subcontract that requires participation...more
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