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Position To Win: Tips For Small Businesses Landing Federal Government Contract

Data plus context is information, and that’s what you need to have if you’re going to land a federal contract. You might know how to look up the data about an organization…but what does it mean without context?

08/02/2014

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Position To Win: Tips For Government Contracting

Subpart 19.5 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations contains guidance for agencies when it comes to set-asides for small business concerns to include what is commonly referred to as the ‘Rule of Two.’

07/05/2014

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Which Competition Methods Are Used When Agencies Make ‘Simplified’ Buys?

There is no question doing business with the federal government is tough for many reasons, including competition.

05/29/2014

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More ‘Simple’ Contracting Method with Perks for Government and Industry

The U.S. government has developed a way to streamline how it makes certain buys in a way that reduces the administrative burden for both agencies and vendors — but it didn’t stop there.

04/26/2014

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Due Diligence Can Save Companies Double The Work In Bidding For Federal Contracts

Over the past few years, industry watchers have seen a trend in government contracting.

04/12/2014

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Study: Feds Give Billions In Government Contracts To Labor Law Violators

A new report finds that the federal government awards billions of dollars in contracts each year to companies that routinely violate safety, health and wage regulations.

12/11/2013

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Former Va. CEO Imprisoned for Illegally Winning Contracts

The former CEO of an Arlington security contractor has been sentenced to six years in prison for illegally winning more than $150 million in government contracts that were supposed to have been set aside for disadvantaged and minority-owned businesses.

06/21/2013

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