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The government fiscal new year began on October 1st and with it come opportunities to set your company’s government acquisition resolutions. Forethought is crucial in acquiring government contracts and we’ve outlined a few resolution ideas that can increase your company’s chances of winning government opportunities.
Every fiscal year the USG must set aside at least 23% of all contracts for small businesses, thus guaranteeing small business growth through business to government (B2G) sales and reinforcing the SBA’s mission statement: “To maintain and strengthen the nation’s economy by enabling the establishment and viability of small businesses and by assisting in the economic recovery of communities after disasters.”
What does it take to make your grant proposal stand out among the competition? The description, way to measure success, and risk identification for your project are all important aspects of creating a stand out proposal.
JetCo Solutions recently attended Eurosatory, an international weaponry industry trade fair that is held every two years in Paris. Foreign companies are trying to sell to the U.S. government, and JetCo provides the entry point they need to do so.
Year end spend approached with the fiscal year ending September 30th. Government agencies must use their remaining funds or risk losing it. Current gas prices and world conflicts may cut significantly into any extra non-allocated funding near the end of the fiscal year.
As the global coronavirus pandemic seems to plateau, we have witnessed a timeline of events between Russia and Ukraine which has led to an untimely war. Over the last seven months this conflict has caused an excessive amount of destruction to the people of Ukraine. The United States, along with other countries, have devised a plan to assist Ukraine in their defense tactics.
The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program was developed in September 2020 with the intent to establish a cybersecurity framework for companies within the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), which are often targeted with sophisticated cyberattacks. The five-tiered program was designed to be implemented as a requirement through contract awards.
Businesses that contract with the federal government have used a DUNS number since it became a standard, unique business identifier in 1994, but that is changing. By April 2022, the government will transition to a new system created in SAM.gov: Unique Entity Identifiers.