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WEBINAR 9/23: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You! presented by OCC OMWI

Guy will discuss how not understanding the meaning of classifications, awards and indefinite delivery vehicle types used by Government agencies, can and will increase the level of effort required to find contracting opportunities, delay the discovery of viable opportunities and decrease the odds of winning those opportunities when they are found. Continue reading

Marketing? Market Research? Don’t Ignore Product and Service Codes. – #Ask@GovConGuy

Context is critical to success in government contracting. Not understanding meaning, significance and timeliness of something such as how an agency describes what you want to sell them, can and will likely result in lost opportunities and the dollars that might have come with them. Continue reading

Quick Guide to Product and Service Codes in Government Contracting – #Ask@GovConGuy

Lack of knowledge and a lack of understanding of these classification systems can cost your company time, money, situational awareness and visibility. Continue reading

Fact, Fiction and More About NAICS Codes – #Ask @GovConGuy

While it was not created for government contracting, the North American Industrial Classification System is important to both government and industry. Continue reading

Have Federal Contracting Questions? Ask @GovConGuy (and Friends!)

#Ask@GovConGuy is a resource for you to get accurate and experience-based answers to questions to better understand the steps to take in getting started as a vendor to the federal government. Continue reading

Agencies skirted requirement to justify sole-source awards, GAO finds — FCW

Agencies awarded more than $2.3 billion to small disadvantaged companies through sole-source contracts without the required justification because regulators were slow to put a new rule in place, according to a Government Accountability Office report released Dec. 12. via Agencies skirted requirement to justify sole-source awards, GAO finds — FCW.

Who’s won the biggest contracts in fiscal 2013 so far? — Washington Technology

October and November, the beginning months of fiscal 2013, were very active when you look at contract news. Within that time span, we saw a several giants award: three contracts were over a $1 billion and two more that were close to $1 billion. via Who’s won the biggest contracts in fiscal 2013 so far? … Continue reading