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Amid Protest, Window Closing for Bids on $50 Billion Networking Deal

Because the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract is so vital – and enormous in both dollar value and scope – GSA spent several years laying the groundwork before beginning to accept bids in October. Continue reading

SBA OHA: Shared Ownership In Eight Companies Caused Affiliation

Individuals who had common investments in eight different companies were treated as a single person for purposes of the SBA’s affiliation rules. Continue reading

What CIOs really want from contractors

They agreed that the problem of outdated and redundant legacy systems is ripe territory for contractors to help Continue reading

Unpaid Federal Taxes Will Mean “No Contracts” Under New FAR Provision – SmallGovCon

The new FAR provision requires a corporate offeror to represent whether it has any unpaid tax liabilities or recent felony convictions. Continue reading

BD still matters in the era of LPTA — Washington Technology

The paradox of LPTA procurements is that government managers, more than ever, want to know if the companies that are bidding the work are credible suppliers. via BD still matters in the era of LPTA — Washington Technology.

Getting PO’d by FDA Negotiated Contracts Branch 00223 09/30 B2GEDU by TheASBC | Business Podcasts

The Food and Drug Administration Negotiated Contracts Branch (00223) in Rockville, MD is one of the tops in purchase order spending with $68 million in goods and services procured through purchase orders this year. via Getting PO’d by FDA Negotiated Contracts Branch 00223 09/30 by B2GEDU by TheASBC | Business Podcasts. Related articles Getting Po’d … Continue reading

FedBid versus GSA: Who wins? – Washington Business Journal

The General Services Administration has introduced a service that allows agencies to make purchases through an online auction, where contractors bid prices down until the clock runs out. So what does that mean for FedBid Inc., the Vienna-based company backed by Ted Leonsis and Steve Case’s Revolution Growth Fund that provides a nearly identical service? … Continue reading

Enough Small Talk! Getting PO’d in the District of Columbia! 07/08 by The American Small Business Coalition| Blog Talk Radio

This week we look at federal agency spending in our Nation’s Capital to tell you what happens when federal agencies leverage purchase orders and special acquisition rules to procure billions of dollars in supplies and services. via Enough Small Talk! Getting PO’d in the District of Columbia! 07/08 by Is Your Company Getting POd | … Continue reading