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Which NAICS Goes With This Product Service Code?

What exactly is the function of a NAICS Code? Not sure? That’s interesting since so many on the industry side of government contracting have developed a significant dependency on it. What about you? Continue reading

Top 25 NAICS Codes by Obligation for Fiscal Year 2016

If you are one of the folks I’ve spoken to recently that’s had a tough time identifying customers and related opportunities for one reason or another, or if you are just outright befuddled by how agencies ‘describe’ current and upcoming solicitations based on known classification systems, take a few minutes to review this piece. Continue reading

What Agencies Buy When Using IT NAICS Codes

When GSA referenced Product Service Codes as part of the points accrual for the Alliant 2 and Alliant 2 Small Business GWACs, many companies, large and small, were caught by surprise. Quite a few had to scramble to reassess their competitive standing given this new wrinkle based on a long-standing classification system. It caused a shift in the competitive landscape and helped shed light on a topic that is minimized, if addressed at all by agencies in their outreach and education efforts. Continue reading

Know the Code(s) To Find and Win Contracts

Many obstacles stand ready to impede success in government contracting. While knowledge is key to surmounting most of them, a basic process for collection and application of targeted information to develop knowledge still proves evasive to a large part of the government contracting community. Continue reading

Avoid and Escape Traps of the Trade

Once you’re on it, escaping the proverbial hamster wheel and preventing it from eating up time, money and morale can be tough, to say the least. Continue reading

When Researching Opportunities, Do You Rely on NAICS or PSC Codes?

There are two primary classification systems used by civilian, defense and intelligence agencies to describe procurements, but many vendors (and quite a few in Government) are focused on just one of them. Continue reading

Can’t Find Them? What Are You Looking For?

Everybody knows Uncle Sam uses two classification systems to describe their procurements, right? Continue reading