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5 Important Small Business Contractor Facts About the Government Shutdown

Government Contracts

Aside from the USA mail being delivered, as well as Medicare and Social Security benefits unaltered here are some important small business contracting facts about the government shutdown. 1.  GSA announced yesterday that over 1000 solicitations were posted to FedBizOpps....

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New Government Contracts Created Despite Government Shutdown

GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Several news sources are stating that a government shutdown would greatly effect government contractors and small businesses, but that proves to be incorrect with agencies still releasing contracts.  FedBizOpps (FBO.gov,) the government’s massive database that displays all of the available...

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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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How to Register in System for Award Management (SAM)?

HOW TO REGISTER IN SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT

What is System for Award Management (SAM) registration? The System for Award Management (SAM) is the Official U.S. Government system that consolidated the capabilities of CCR/FedReg, ORCA, and EPLS. In order for businesses to be eligible for government contracts they must first...

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Past Performance Information Retrieval System

PPIRS

The Past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS) is a web-enabled, enterprise application that provides timely and pertinent contractor past performance information to the Department of Defense (DoD) and Federal acquisition community for use in making source-selection decisions (e.g., awarding contracts). PPIRS...

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DISA Creates Enterprise Storage Service Contract (ESS II) for Cloud Storage Services Worth $427 Million

GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING IPS

Finally after long last, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has just released a follow-on RFP (request for proposal) on FBO.gov for cloud storage services worth $427 million. The DISA contract they are calling Enterprise Storage Service or ESS II...

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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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GovernmentContractingTips.com: End of Fiscal Year Approaches with Billions Left to Spend

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As we move closer and closer to the end of the fiscal year, procurement officers are about to spend truck loads of money to hit their spending quotas.  Many procurement officers rush to spend the last of their budgets. This...

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