Category Archive for: ‘Government Contracting’

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    Women-owned small businesses gaining ground in government contracting

    (Washington, DC)— According to the National Women’s Business Council’s (NWBC), the latest research reveals government performance and trends in procurement as it relates to women-owned small businesses, is gaining ground. Securing government contracts is one way to increase revenues for small businesses. “There have been many great gains […]

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    Sequestration not slowing women-owned businesses

    Sequestration remains to be a burden for the federal government and small businesses wanting to do business with the Department of Defense. However, some federal agencies are awarding contracts to women-owned small businesses (WOSB) regardless of the burden from sequestration. A small business concern must […]

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    Where to Locate Federal Government Opportunities?

    If you’re interested in selling your products and services to the federal government you need to become acquainted with the FBO online marketplace where government buyers are required to advertise bid opportunities.  FBO, also known as Federal Business Opportunities or FedBizOpps, is a tool for […]

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    Federal Classifications for Small Businesses

    The federal government has numerous programs for small businesses.  But, before you can compete for opportunities you need to know the classifications. 1. Small Business – According to Small Business Administration (SBA), to be considered a small business, the company must meet the SBA size […]

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    Common Government Proposal Mistakes

    Let’s explore the most common government proposal mistakes. (How many of you immediately noticed the incorrect spelling of the word “mistakes” in the first sentence?)  One of the most common mistakes is an oversight of a misspelled word, punctuation mark, or failure to understand the […]

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  • SBA program helps minority-owned business compete for federal government contracts

    If you are an 8(a) disadvantaged small business, then you want to take advantage of the SBA’s 8(a) Business Development program to help your business compete for federal government contracts.

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