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Posts Tagged ‘Federal Contracting’

Common Trends During Federal Year-End Spend

The government fiscal year ends on September 30. Within the few weeks leading up to this date, 8.7% of federal government spending occurs. The federal government must use up its budget by the end of the fiscal year or they lose that money. This gives businesses ample opportunities to take advantage of year-end spend.

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The Competitive Edge

When companies hire our team, they typically aren’t choosing between us and another consulting firm like ours. Instead, they are usually deciding to outsource for the first time, after having written their own bid responses and handled their own government capture in-house. These companies ask great questions to vet our team and our process, and we like these discussions.

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Fuzzy Math of SBA Goals

The Small Business Administration (SBA) is again under fire for how the determine the success of agency small business programs. SBA has claimed victory in achieving the 23% goal given…

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WOSB Federal Contract Program

Today is a big day for women owned small businesses (WOSB) pursuing federal contracts. October 14, 2015 is the effective date for an expansion of the WOSB Federal Contract Program.…

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WOSB Federal Contract Program

On September 11, 2015, the SBA issued a final rule authorizing federal agencies to award sole source contracts to eligible women-owned small businesses (WOSB) under the WOSB Federal Contract Program.…

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Competition is good….really

Smart business owners think about their competition.  Some might ponder on it from time to time, wonder what their competitors are up to, yet never really dig deep. For others,…

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