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Article Excerpt: The federal government has a statutory goal of awarding 23% of contracts to small businesses, which are defined as businesses that are “independently owned.”  However, according to a new report issued by the American Small Business League (ASBL),  77.6 … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: Pressures have shifted in the small-business contracting world. The smallest mid-tier IT companies will be strutting around as the big guys on campus now that federal officials increased size standards on a number industries, including the IT industry. … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: Despite the looming threat of significant, across the board budget cuts for federal agencies, there are still major government contracting opportunities that will remain vibrant into the near future. And regardless if you’re a large government contractor, small business … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: Thinking of changing your business structure? There are many reasons why small businesses change the way their business is legally structured –gaining protection against personal liability, seeking a break from excessive bookkeeping, dissolving a partnership, and more. What … Continue reading

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Article Excerpt: Small business group-designated procurements are far more frequent than sole source contract awards.  Agencies must prepare special justifications for sole sourcing and those most frequently approved are for Hub Zone and Small, Disadvantaged. Small business group designations are … Continue reading

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