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A Guide to Subcontracting in Government Procurement

Once you’ve overcome all of the hurdles and secured your first government contract, you may find you’ll require additional assistance to fulfill the job, which usually requires subcontracting.

Contracting Tips from a Project Management Perspective

It behooves your small business to examine the contents, research the appropriate sections of the FAR that may govern contracts and review them as commitments to which your organization can conform and perform before you sign your contract.

Pentagon Auditors Advised to Better Monitor Contractor Business Systems

GAO recommended that the DCMA director, in collaboration with the DCAA director, “develop a mechanism to monitor and assess whether contractor business systems reviews are being completed in a timely manner.” The agencies agreed.

5 Things You Should Know: SBA Certificates of Competency

If a contracting officer determines that a small business offeror is not qualified to perform under a solicitation, that usually means the offeror’s proposal will be rejected. In some instances, however, the offeror gets a second chance through the SBA’s Certificate of Competency (“COC”) program.

Female Small Business Owners Get a Crash-course in Government Procurement

The Small Business Administration and its private-sector partners are looking to give women-owned small businesses a better shot at entering the federal contracting market through their ChallengeHER program. 

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