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In addition to being Founder of the GovCon Channel, Guy Timberlake is Chief Visionary and Chief Executive Officer of The American Small Business Coalition (The ASBC), an innovative membership organization aiding companies around the world with finding, qualifying and winning business opportunities in the government sector, and assisting government agencies with identifying viable industry partners to support their operational and mission requirements. For the GovCon Channel, Guy's responsibilities include managing the acquisition of content, editorial and publishing functions, and development of collaborative relationships with news and market intelligence organizations providing coverage of the U.S. Government Contracting industry.
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Just How Much Competition Occurs In ‘Competitive’ Buys? | LinkedIn

Total competitive obligations for the first three quarters of FY2014 where fewer than three offers were received by the Government come in at $73,219,279,433.67. via Just How Much Competition Occurs In ‘Competitive’ Buys? | LinkedIn.

GAO: Agency Should Have Considered Incumbent Employee Wages – SmallGovCon

A procuring agency unreasonably assigned an awardee an “Outstanding” score for its proposal to retain a large portion of the incumbent workforce, even though the awardee intended to offer the incumbent employees significantly lower salaries than the employees were earning on the incumbent contract. via GAO: Agency Should Have Considered Incumbent Employee Wages – SmallGovCon.

Taking a ‘simplified’ approach to Q4 opportunities – FederalNewsRadio.com

The fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 is in full swing. Last year’s fourth quarter saw federal agencies hand out $125 billion in new contract obligations, according to Guy Timberlake. He’s chief visionary and chief executive officer of the American Small Business Coalition. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he said federal contractors can find plenty … Continue reading

GSA awards newest strategic sourcing program | Federal Times | federaltimes.com

The General Services Administration awarded contracts to 18 firms to provide federal agencies with janitorial and sanitation services. via GSA awards newest strategic sourcing program | Federal Times | federaltimes.com.

Air Force selects 10 for NETCENTS-2 | Federal Times | federaltimes.com

The U.S. Air Force has selected 10 companies for a Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) Application Services contract. via Air Force selects 10 for NETCENTS-2 | Federal Times | federaltimes.com.

NGA’s online exchange facilitates fast acquisition | Federal Times | federaltimes.com

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is undertaking an initiative to expand industry partnerships and to make critical capabilities speedier to acquire. via NGA’s online exchange facilitates fast acquisition | Federal Times | federaltimes.com.

Strategic sourcing’s subtle effects on small business — FCW

Do federal strategic sourcing initiatives put price ahead of good business relationships — and hurt both small businesses and the agencies seeking their services in the process? via Strategic sourcing’s subtle effects on small business — FCW.

Industry’s view of LPTA — FCW

Think you know how unpopular lowest price, technically acceptable contracts are among industry leaders? Think again. via Moving targets, Logan kiosks and industry’s view of LPTA — FCW.

If Uncle Sam ‘Makes It Rain’ During Q4… with Guy Timberlake, The American Small Business Coalition – FederalNewsRadio.com

The fourth quarter of fiscal 2014 is in full swing. Last year’s fourth quarter saw federal agencies hand out $125 billion in new contract obligations, according to Guy Timberlake. He’s chief visionary and chief executive officer of the American Small Business Coalition. On In Depth with Francis Rose, he said federal contractors can find plenty … Continue reading

HUBZone Price Preference And Subcontracting Uncertainty – SmallGovCon

In a recent bid protest decision, the GAO held that the Defense Logistics Agency reasonably refused to apply the HUBZone price preference in a procurement for supplies because the HUBZone company’s proposal suggested that HUBZone companies might perform less than 50% of the manufacturing costs. via HUBZone Price Preference And Subcontracting Uncertainty – SmallGovCon.

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