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Category Archives: Set Aside
We’ve seen the numbers and we still wonder where the large percent of small businesses in the United States are located. More important are they really doing business? Yes, they are – take a look at the government stats – they … Continue reading
Small business strategy is the “HOW TO” for using the tools the government provides for entry into this business arena. For small business owners it’s an exciting learning curve, as they pursue the challenge of doing business with government.
2011 was a tough year for small and minority buisnesses, especially for “Minorities”. The Washington Post Bloomberg Report shows a decrease in spending by 8 percent for Black owned companies and 7 percent for Hispanic owned companies.
Towards the end of July 2012 the System for Award Management (SAM) will combine the first phase of eight federal procurement systems into one. The first phase of transition will include the CCR, ORCA, FedReg and EPLS. The government is … Continue reading
When small businesses think about doing business with the government, the first thought that comes to mind is generally a contract award. More than three quarters of the businesses doing business through GSA Schedules are small businesses.
Is your company listed as one of the NAICS industry codes where Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs) are under represented in the federal contracting arena? Did you know that Economically Disadvantaged Women Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSBs) can take advantage of two … Continue reading
Here’s a an equipment solicitation for a Small Business Set Aside. Only qualified small businesses can take this opportunity to build a relationship with the Army Reserve Contracting Center on the West Coast.
Notifications have been sent to listed companies. It’s a competitive presolicitation looking for small business 8(a) companies. The classification is Professional, administrative, and management support services.