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Deal in the Works on Capital Hill to Lift Government Shutdown

GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Finally after long last, a decision is in the works to overturn the government shutdown. The deal that the Senate will reach in order to reopen the government will start with budget negotiations and limitations. According to CNN, the mission...

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Government Contracts Continue To Be Posted to FedBizOpps Despite Government Shutdown

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING TIPS

Currently to date there are more than 29,000 active federal opportunities on FedBizOpps (FBO).  This means that even with the harsh effects of the government shutdown, contractors still have plenty of opportunities to win government contracts in the federal marketplace. ...

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Government Shutdown Good Time to Tweak Registration

US FEDERAL CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION

While new contracting opportunities may experience some reduction during the federal government shutdown, there are still many things small businesses can do right now to improve their standing in the federal market once agencies are fully operation again, according to...

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Effects of Government Shutdown on Contractors Still Uncertain

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As the government shutdown approaches a little over a week of duration, it is still uncertain how large an impact the shutdown will have on federal contractors and small businesses. However, it is agreed that the longer the federal government...

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Government Contractors Will Be Unaffected in the Case of a Government Shutdown

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING TIPS

Bottom line, government contractors will not be affected in the case of a government shutdown. However, everyone is still curious to who will be affected.  The answer is non-essential government employees.  Some government contractors that work in government facilities that...

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What are Simplified Acquisition Threshold Contracts?

SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITION PROGRAM

Simplified Acquisition Threshold applies to purchases over $3,000 and under $150,000.  If the purchases under $100,000 require less approval and less documentation involved in the purchase. On April 25, 2012, the Office of Management and Budget for the Executive Office...

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How Will a Government Shutdown Affect Contracts?

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING TIPS

If you've checked the news lately, you'll see there's a huge buzz about a government shutdown seeming eminent.  Everyone likely has questions, but contractors whose livelihood depends on payments from the Federal government are certain to be the most on...

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Registered Government Contractors Provide Relief For Colorado Flood Devastation

COLORADO FLOOD

Meteorologists are calling the Colorado flood a “1000 Year Flood” due to the 0.1 percent chance of it happening over the course of a millennium.   In nearly four days, FEMA has collected $4.3 million in relief funds.  A portion...

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Colorado Flood Claims Over 18,000 Residential Structures

COLORADO FLOOD

They are calling the Colorado flood 'biblical' due to the amount of rainfall that has started to accumulate in such a rapid amount of time. Colorado’s rainy season was on a steady climb with a remaining 3.5 months to go....

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