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Senator McCaskill States Past Performance Information on SAM.gov Still Riddled With Errors and Typos

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Since its release in July of 2008, System for Award Management (SAM.gov) has proven to be riddled with errors and issues due to unaware government contractors. Outspoken agencies and federal officials like the Georgia PTAC office and Senator McCaskill express...

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Polar Vortex Pushes Harsh Weather Conditions Across the Country

POLAR VORTEX

Weather conditions across the country have been getting worse as temperatures plummet below -35F in some parts of the country. Southern parts of the country are being hit with colder weather than they have experienced in the past 20 years....

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Government Shutdown 2013: Who Will Be Affected?

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Bottom line, not government contractors. With the first day of the new fiscal year this Tuesday, contracting officers are in fifth gear spending the last of their funds, because if they do not use it, they lose the remain funds...

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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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Top 3 Ways to Market Your Business in Government Contracting

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There is a lot of discussion about what are the best ways to market your business to the federal government in government contracting. Making sure your company is branded and branded properly is the best way to develop an emerging image of your company online and in the federal marketplace. These 5 strategies are proven to help develop brand awareness and get a business noticed by procurement officers and awarded hefty government contracts.

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Become a Member of the Corps of Engineers Contractor Registries

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Contractors are our force-multiplier during a disaster response. We count on them to help us meet our mission requirements quickly and completely. The Corps of Engineers has pre-awarded contracts for major emergency response missions, such as bottled water, packaged ice,...

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Become a Certified National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Adjuster

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The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) Bureau and Statistical Agent maintains a database of NFIP qualified independent adjusters. The NFIP qualifications reflect the distinct characteristics of the NFIP coverage and adjusting requirements. The adjuster database includes the adjuster's name and...

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