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Understanding No Bid Contracting

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING TIPS

In recovery after the massive damage done to New York City, the Jersey Shore, and other parts of the northeast, federal contractors are on the lookout for businesses registered and available for federal government work.  The beauty of no bid...

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Accessing User Manuals to Complete ORCA Filing

In order to bid on Federal contracts, vendors are required to complete their ORCA filing after they finish their CCR registration.  The Online Representations and Certification Application replaces the representations and certifications vendors were required to complete for each individual...

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Government Contracting Tips – Secret Weapons for Success

There are a handful of requirements for vendors wishing to compete for Federal contracts.  They must have a DUNS number and they must complete CCR registration and ORCA filing.  Once these three basics are out of the way, they are...

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How Long Does CCR and ORCA Registration Actually Take?

In order to win government contracts or receive payment for work performed on a contract, all vendors must be registered in CCR and ORCA.  However, it can be difficult to determine just how long the registration process will take.  This...

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WOSB – How to Self-Certify

Today, the SBA’s highly anticipated WOSB 8(m) program takes effect and many women owned small businesses are eager to find out how to get their company certified.  While the SBA will eventually have a list of approved third party certifiers,...

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SBA WOSB 8(m) Program – Eligibility

This Friday, February 4th, the SBA’s Woman Owned Small Business final ruling is scheduled to take effect. This is shaping up to be an exciting year for woman owned small businesses, but like most government programs there will be some...

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Government Contracting Tips – Using the Right Codes

NAICS CODES

NAICS, PSC, FSC… The government certainly likes to assign seemingly random numbers to everything.  However, these codes are how government agencies determine what your business does and if they have a need for your products or services.  One digit out...

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Government Contracting Tips – CCR Registration Required

Despite sluggish recovery in consumer spending, there is one customer who is always out shopping:  The Federal Government.  Thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, billions of dollars are being made available for government contracts as part of the...

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