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Next-Gen Gov

Sometimes I wonder where the government is headed with acquisition and interaction with the public and contractors. I often look at the next generation (I am right on that cusp) and consider the possibilities. When most people think of the … Continue reading

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SAM is Getting Closer

The System for Award Management being rolled out from and encompassing 9 different acquisition systems will be phased-in beginning in May of this year (reportedly).  I know I have touched on the system previously, but I wanted to pull … Continue reading

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Good News for Navigating Government Contracting – Small Businesses

Dealing with the government is not something most business people put high on their lists of things they enjoy. But there’s a reason that small business owners are willing to put so much into learning the inner workings of the … Continue reading

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What is an “ADEQUATE” Proposal?

The Department of Defense looks to give contractors a way to more easily determine whether the proposal is adequate. In a proposed rule, the DOD plans to add a checklist to the DFARS ( This proposed rule supports one of … Continue reading

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Note to Contractors for 2012: Bid Carefully

Dear Government Contractor, I know that I haven’t been sunshine and roses lately with my blog posts, but I am writing you this letter to let you know I am sorry.  Instead, I want to give you a bit of … Continue reading

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Another Depressing Post About the GC Landscape – Small Businesses

I am not telling you anything new when I say that competition has always been tough when it comes to winning government contracts, but the competition will be even tougher in 2012!  Let’s take a look at what the new … Continue reading

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When The Web is Mad – Beware

So, you can’t really go anywhere without seeing some sort of darkened website or piece of a website today related to the SOPA and PIPA acts working there way through Congress.  The web is mad – and apparently they are … Continue reading

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