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Gov Cannot Sell to Upside-Down Corporation?

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In the most recent FAC 2005-65, a FAR rule was issued as final related to so-called “inverted domestic corporations.”  My first thought was perhaps this upside-down companies were like home owners that are upside-down in their mortgage.  This made me … Continue reading

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Requests for Information

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As promised, I wanted to take a second to talk about Requests for Information (RFI) from the government.  In an effort to curb spending, the government may begin to use these gems a little more. Normally, an RFI solicits input … Continue reading

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Almost Big Brother, Almost…

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I came across an article in Government Executive that made me smile for a minute.  While government contractors wonder about spending cuts and contract stoppage, Congress continues to fight the debt battle.  A recent bill (HR 325) aims to extend … Continue reading

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Government Going “Old School”

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Back to basics has been a little mantra of mine recently.  I have noticed more and more variations on a theme that really have seemed to complicate what would otherwise be straight-forward business concerns.  Over-complicated solutions to Business 101 concepts tends … Continue reading

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Service Contractors Becoming “Meat Markets”?

Could contractors offering services to the federal government essentially become staffing agencies?  I think the argument could be made based on the soon-to-be-effective rules labeled as “Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts.” Don’t get me wrong, I can understand … Continue reading

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Proposals

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Proposal:  n. The act of proposing. A plan that is proposed. An offer of marriage. Can you think of how this word makes you feel?  Perhaps it brings up memories of a time in youth when there were strong emotions … Continue reading

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Stories of a GovCon Professional – Part 2 (fin)

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I have already told you of the bad experience with the newly-established US office of a foreign company to make stuff for the government. Now let me continue on with the newly-established DC area office of the US company to … Continue reading

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