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Future business trends for the government and USA small business contractors is looking good! If you take a look around you’ll notice more small businesses are getting loans. Ok, that doesn’t mean the banks are just handing it out – you … Continue reading
The government is very motivated when purchasing supplies and services from local suppliers and small diversified companies. Small businesses need to take advantage of searching for government opportunities in their own backyards during fiscal year end. The reason is simple, less competition in … Continue reading
Large businesses appear to loom over small business and the largest business in the USA is the Federal government. Surprisingly, no matter the size of the business they share common internal functions for operations, ensuring order and maintaining consistency for … Continue reading
Small businesses who have been doing business with government, understand the business opportunities available at this time of year. Great beginnings start with knowing the preferred buyers in your area. If you’re new to the arena, look for a partnering … Continue reading
Doing business with the government is systematic in all situations. Small businesses sometimes have difficulty during the early stages of pursuing government contract awards because they haven’t taken the time to really understand the rules and procedures.
I recently met with a small company who lost the opportunity to bid on a contract that they were more than qualified to support. During my review and analysis of the company’s business development and marketing strategies, it became clear … Continue reading
Small business programs and set aside opportunities are business strategies for small companies to establish a long term relationship into doing business with government. Business owners and business development personnel need to be aware of small business classifications before submitting a bid.
BPA – Blanket Purchase Agreement is another form of government contracting. Like other purchasing formats BPAs eliminate the need for the government to search and price compare in the open market arena. The government uses BPAs for repetitive orders from … Continue reading
IDIQ – Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity are government contract forms requesting supplier to provide services or products of an indefinite quantity during a fixed time-frame. IDIQs are used requirements for specific services or products have not been predetermined over the project’s life-cycle.
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