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NAICS Code Lookup

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2013 NAICS Code Lookup 111 -- Crop Production 111110 -- Soybean Farming 111120 -- Oilseed (except Soybean) Farming 111130 -- Dry Pea and Bean Farming 111140 -- Wheat Farming 111150 -- Corn Farming 111160 -- Rice Farming 111191 -- Oilseed...

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Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESCs)

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Utility Energy Service Contracts (UESCs) offer Federal agencies an effective means to implement energy-efficiency, renewable-energy, and water-efficiency projects. Federal agencies are authorized and encouraged to participate in energy-efficiency, water-conservation, and electricity-demand programs offered by gas, water, or electric utilities. In...

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Joint Housing Solutions Group (JHSG) in the Aftermath of Disaster

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As provided by FEMA, about the Joint Housing Solutions Group (JHSG): Following a major disaster, one of FEMA's most urgent needs during the recovery process is emergency shelter and housing for disaster victims. In light of this need and in...

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What is a FFATA Report in the Sub-Award Reporting System

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According to the United States Government,  FFATA Sub-award Reporting System (FSRS) will collect data from the Federal prime awardees on sub-awards they make: a prime grant awardee will be required to report on its sub-grants and a prime contract awardee...

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2013 Defense Authorization Act Improves Subcontracting Laws

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As of right now, subcontractor whistleblowers will receive extra protection from the federal government when disputing claims in government contracting.  Originally, subcontractors would tell their problematic concerns about a subcontracting job to their immediate superviser and not to a government official.  This new...

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