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GSA Creates Redevelopment Contract for Southwest Washington

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is expecting to create a contract which will be responsible to design the changes to the GSA Headquarters in Washington as well as the Cotton Annex for the Energy Department. GSA Head Administrator Dan Tangherlini...

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DoD Plans to Forge Better Federal Contracts for Government Contractors

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The DoD plans to increase the amount and quality of contracting opportunities by increasing training to employees, creating 11 integrated cost-analysis teams and better utilizing the Contract Business Analysis Repository (CBAR). The CBAR supplies important business information about properly registered...

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DISA Deliberates Over Canceling ESSII Cloud Storage Service Contract

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Almost a month later after its release the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) announces they are considering canceling their ESSII Cloud Storage Contract. The ESSII had a contract ceiling worth between $427 to $450 billion with a base project length...

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Contracting Opportunities Start to Rise Almost a Month After Government Shutdown

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Almost every government contractor felt some sort of effect from the recent government shutdown that ran its course from October 1st to the 16th.  However, despite the shutdown and the furlough of non-essential federal employees government contractors were still hard...

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BYOD Program Helps Federal Agencies Connect With Available Government Contractors

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This year government agencies are allowing their federal employees to use their own personal smartphones and tablets for day-to-day operations. Contracting officers spend  an enormous amount of time tracking down potential government contractors to fill their solicitations. Thanks to bring-your-own-device...

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US Federal Contractor Registration Registers Over 60,000 Businesses for Government Contracts

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After four years of tireless work and creating a new service market US Federal Contractor Registration has registered 60,000 businesses in CCR/ORCA and System for Award Management (SAM) to order to be eligible for government contracts.  The United States Federal...

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GovKinex Builds Over 200 Government-Formatted Websites in Four Months

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In just four short months, GovKinex, a division of US Federal Contractor Registration, has completed over 200 government-formatted websites. Properly registered government contractors use these government-formatted websites to connect with procurement officers around the nation. A government-formatted website can be...

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Fiscal 2014 Projects Largest Government Contracts Ever Created, Combine Worth of $160 Billion

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Even as the federal government dusts itself off from the recent shutdown federal agencies are already gearing up for one of the biggest contracting growths in over a decade.  According to a new analysis by the Deltek report, the federal...

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