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Best Practices to Reduce Risk Factors Related to Government Contracting

This is Part 1 of a 2 part blog about government contracting best practices to reduce business organizational risk factors.  Today’s is for small businesses. I have been re-reading a book called Winning US Federal Government Contracts by Gregory A. Garrett. … Continue reading

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Small Businesses in GovCon – 5 Basic Tips

The federal government spends over $500 billion a year in contracts, making it the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. Businesses throughout the country can and should take advantage of contracting opportunities so that they can grow, … Continue reading

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SAM is Getting Closer

The System for Award Management being rolled out from acquisition.gov 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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It is a Good Time to be a Green Contractor

Energy, the lack of energy, and the ways to produce it and maintain it for the future has really taken on an increasing role in the “Tone from the Top” coming out of the government.  If you make the assumption … Continue reading

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Time Is Wasting

If you know someone in the government with a purchase card, your time is running out to get them to spend some last-minute FY2011 dollars on your product.  The fiscal year is coming to a close and the dollars are … Continue reading

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