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Federal Government Flow Down Requirements on Federal Contracts

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Many times a small business may be working on a government contract and they may not realize they are working on a government contract since they are not contracting directly with the government.  This...

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Government Contract Opportunities

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I have had several calls this week from small businesses that are interested in doing business with the Federal Government but they obviously don't know how to or where to start.  While many of the same...

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Federal Government Shutdown

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Is it just me or is anyone else getting tired of hearing the Federal Government threaten to shut down?  It seems to happen every 3 or 4 months any more.  The problem usually boils down to the Democrats...

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Government Business and Federal Contracts flowing

The other day I talked about how there could be a lot of funding released in the next 3 months.  I think there is some evidence already of this activity beginning. For instance, in the last week the US...

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Sequestration effects on Government Contracting

There has been no shortage of news and writing about Sequestration and how that is affecting Federal Contracts.  As the dust begins to settle it is becoming obvious that some of the loudest complaints...

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Opportunities for Federal Government Contracts for Small Business

I thought with all of the "doom and gloom" news lately that we should focus on some good news for a change.  There are still opportunities for small business in the Federal Government contract space.  I...

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Get Ready for Sequestration, Federal Government Contractors!

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Sequestration is set to take effect one week from today, Friday March 1, 2013.  Meanwhile, congress is on vacation.  Even if they come back ready to work next week, there are no current proposals being...

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Sequestration means Termination for Convenience

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It is becoming more and more obvious that Sequestration will probably go into effect on March 1st.  Both the Republicans and Democrats seem more interested in blaming each other rather than negotiating a...

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