I have talked about timeliness in submission before, but when I came across a case in the Court of Federal Claims about “spoliation” I had no idea I was headed in the same path. I was baffled by this new … Continue reading
In case you are not a member of NCMA or did not see the posts I had made to the Linked In groups before, I wanted to highlight a portion of the e-Newsletter sent out yesterday by NCMA. The whitepaper … Continue reading
I have been a part of government contracting in one way or another for my entire career spanning over 12 years at this point (still “young” by many contractor or agency standards). For the past year and a half I … Continue reading
I recently drafted a whitepaper on things that must be done before even presenting a bid to the government on an open opportunity (due to be released in early November). That exercise got me to thinking about getting back to … Continue reading
Have you ever looked at a solicitation or award and wondered what you were “on the hook for” when it comes to the clauses? Now there is a better way.
One of the set-aside categories recognized on FedBizOpps is the 8(a) small business. Ask anyone in federal government what categories exist for set asides and this will come to front of mind very quickly. However, ask that same person what … Continue reading