Simplified Acquisitions lower the overall level of risk of doing business and the level of effort associated with issuing and responding to these requirements. Those are good things.
Agencies have increased their use of these streamlined buys. That’s a good thing.
Simplified Acquisitions are reserved for small business concerns and that is the problem. Continue reading
As soon as the Energy Small Business Conference ends, we’re hosting a cozy networking event at The Commerce Club Atlanta and giving away door prizes that includes tablets and loaded VISA gift cards! Continue reading
Competitive Intelligence Bootcamp for Government Contractors™ provides participants practical tactics, tools and resources to help them reduce their opportunity costs and increase their view of the federal contracting opportunity landscape. Continue reading
Since agencies have averaged one billion in increased spending from FY09 to FY15, I thought it was worth it to see where Simplified Acquisition spending is for FY2016! Continue reading
Whether you’re a government contractor traveling to Atlanta for the Department of Energy conference or one that calls Atlanta home, this is a great opportunity to engage in high-value networking following the 15th Annual Department of Energy Small Business Forum & Expo in Atlanta. Continue reading
Want to fuel the growth of your small business? Here are ’15 Reasons (and Some Tactics!)’ that will help you learn if Simplified Acquisitions can be the source of that boost! Continue reading
Guy Timberlake of The American Small Business Coalition provides his experience-based insights and practical tips for identifying Simplified Acquisition opportunities at APTAC Spring 2016 Training Event in St. Louis. Hope to see you there! Continue reading
Since FY2009, civilian, defense and intelligence agencies have increased spending under the Simplified Acquisition Procedures by nearly one billion dollars per fiscal year, on average. Here’s another look at the impact this has on small federal contractors. Continue reading
Companies should be cautious about the information they consume and interpret related to federal contracting, and from whence it comes. Continue reading