Blog 2018-01-12T05:43:34+00:00
    1204, 2018

    Understanding how the Federal Market works for Small Businesses

    By | April 12th, 2018|Categories: Federal Government Contracting, Government Procurement, SBA set-asides, Small Businesses|Comments Off on Understanding how the Federal Market works for Small Businesses

    The key to succeeding in the federal market is to understand how it truly functions. Small businesses have many advantages since federal agencies have statutory obligations [...]

    904, 2018

    Tips for WOSBs Participating in Fed Market for the first time

    By | April 9th, 2018|Categories: Federal Government Contracting, Government Procurement, SBA set-asides, Small Businesses, WOSB|Comments Off on Tips for WOSBs Participating in Fed Market for the first time

    Each year, the Federal Government aims to meet their goal to award contracts for Women-Owned-Small-Businesses. Federal agencies are obliged to set aside a portion of contracts [...]

    204, 2018

    What Small Businesses need to Consider for 2018 Government Contracting

    By | April 2nd, 2018|Categories: Federal Government Contracting, Government Procurement, SBA set-asides, Small Businesses|Comments Off on What Small Businesses need to Consider for 2018 Government Contracting

    Small businesses must consider the novelties in Government Contracting and see if they affect their competition for prime contracts. Changes in the NADD and new industries [...]

    2803, 2018

    The Difference between Government Proposals and Private Sector Business Proposals

    By | March 28th, 2018|Categories: Government Procurement, Government Proposals, Private Sector Proposals, Proposal Writing|Comments Off on The Difference between Government Proposals and Private Sector Business Proposals

    Although services/products required might be the same, the way companies must prepare their proposals for the Government largely differs from proposals for the private sector. In [...]