The RPO’s public defense of the CMMC-AB against allegations of conflict of interest only injects more conflicts, and likely ensures eventual contract protests.
Mark Stevens of AEI talks to cybersecurity expert Leslie Weinstein on ITAR compliance.
The new Annex SL “Appendices” have some curious flowcharts in them.
The question Oxebridge asks any new client seeking to become a certification or accreditation body.
Guest writer Owen DeStefano outlines additional ethics concerns over the coming CMMC Midwest Conference.
The new CMMC-AB FAQ page is riddled with falsehoods; plus, an AB Board Member is slated to appear at a paid event promoting CMMC consultants.
TC 176 is moving to delay a short-term revision to ISO 9001, but won’t rule out an earlier-than-usual update.
The DOD could drop the mandate that the CMMC-AB report to the IAF and China, and undergo domestic oversight at a tiny fraction of the cost.
JS Certifications will certify a company to a dozen or more ISO standards based only on the submission of company “letterhead” and a voter ID card.
An AB Board Member insists that CMMC assessments will require auditing the private residences of employees who work from home.
IAS just found out someone is willing to be even less ethical than they are.
Matthew Travis faces a massive uphill battle to dig the CMMC-AB out from under a corrupt Board that may limit his maneuverability.