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Stories of a GovCon Professional – Part 1

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If you are anything like me, a good anecdote can really get you thinking.  It is to this end that I present the following post and another to follow (potentially after the first of the year). I recently had someone … Continue reading

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Can a Tool Replace Understanding?

No, the answer is pretty easy when the subject matter behind the question is Government Contract compliance.  Normally, there is not a tool that can really duplicate the professional judgment of a GovCon expert.  However, I do believe that tools … Continue reading

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Forget the Fiscal Cliff… the End of the World is Coming, Right?

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NOTE:  I am taking a short break from the serious side of this blog and visiting the humorous nature that I just can’t help sometimes.  I promised a lighter feeling to these posts and realized I haven’t done that lately. … Continue reading

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LPTA Not Necessarily Best Value

Think of your local discount outlet store or major retail chain that offers “lowest price” merchandise. There are certain things that you probably purchase there that make a lot of sense. I can think of a few that get on … Continue reading

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FAR Rule to Restrict Use of Generic DUNS Numbers

The Civilian Agency Acquisition and Defense Acquisition Regulations Councils have issued FAC 2005-62, which contains a final rule (FAR Case 2010-014, effective December 20, 2012) that amends the Federal Acquisition Regulation to limit the use of generic substitutes instead of … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2013 and the Fiscal Cliff

I am here to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving (unless of course you read this after the break), but also to give myself a little boost.  It seems like we are getting closer and closer to a “solution” to the … Continue reading

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I Learned a New Word Today

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

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