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The Importance of Budgeting: Government Contracting

One of the most overlooked considerations in the management of a business is the importance of a comprehensive operating budget. This is especially true in the case of government contractors.

Work Authorization is Key Contract Management Process

Astute government contractors do not allow effort to proceed or cost to be incurred on a particular contract until such a document is generated, signed, approved and distributed by a company official assigned the duty of releasing the contract for performance.

5 Things You Should Know About Registering in SAM.gov

Everyone involved with government contracting knows, or should know, a little bit about registration in SAM.gov. Registration is now required for ALL federal contractors at the time they submit bids.

Untimely Protest? “Diligent Pursuit” May Keep Your Protest Alive

Contractors who have filed or have considered filing a Bid Protest based on a mistake by an agency know that they have very little time to recognize an issue and take action before the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

More Cloud Computing Opportunities On the Horizon for Small Businesses

The SBA’s proposed rule is a very welcome proposal for many small businesses, which will see more contract opportunities and a broader range of IT services that they can provide to the Government. 

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