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Position to Win: Making the Most of Opportunities

What’s your real challenge when it comes to business growth? Finding opportunities or winning them?

09/14/2014

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Position to Win: Don’t Think Small, Again

Small businesses are often given default advice by small business advocates, experts and the government to pursue subcontracting opportunities.

08/30/2014

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Position to Win: Don’t Think Small

Small businesses are often given default advice by small business advocates, experts and the Government to pursue subcontracting opportunities or, if they should dare try to do it themselves, small business set-asides which are those very brightly lit areas of opportunity within the various agencies.

08/23/2014

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Position to Win: Tips for Small Businesses Landing Federal Government Contracts

Context, as it relates to government contracting, is a critical element for anyone responsible for supporting decision-making.

08/09/2014

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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 Strengthening Business Opportunities

As a contractor or vendor to the U.S. Government, are you realizing too little return on your investment of time and money when it comes to developing viable business opportunities? Maybe the problem is your company’s time is spread between too many so-so prospects.

07/26/2014

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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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Position To Win: Government Contracting

Generally speaking, the ‘Rule of Two’ is most often associated with streamlined purchases conducted under the Simplified Acquisition Procedures when the value of the purchase falls within the Simplified Acquisition Threshold of $3,000 to $150,000.

06/28/2014

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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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Position To Win: Federal Government Contracting

ASBC’s Guy Timberlake says when the place of performance was Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia, the combined total accounted for nearly $4 billion in FY13 Simplified Acquisition obligations.

05/17/2014

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