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Midsize firms hardest hit by new requirement
Alice Lipowicz posted this article in Washington Technology on February 12th, 2009 Midsize federal contractors with $5 million to $500 million in annual revenues are likely to be hardest hit by the new mandatory self-disclosure requirements in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, according to a...
13 Feb 2009
Grant Thornton - M & A Roundtable Recap - May 29th
Technorati Tags: Business Development I was fortunate enough to attend the M&A Roundtable sponsored by Grant Thornton LLP. It was a very well attended session with high level industry executives attending. While there was a lot of good information shared, one interesting trend I learned about...
29 May 2008
Doing Contracting Business in Maryland May Get More Expensive
Here is an excerpt from Nick Wakeman, Tech Editor of Washington Technology.com on the proposed sales tax on computer services done in the State of Maryland. If you are interested in actively fighting this issue, there is a grass roots effort via www.fightthetechtax.com . The...
14 Mar 2008
DOD Issues New Contractor Rulings
This article was posted on Washington Technology.com on 1/11/3008 by Matthew Weigeit, author for Federal Computing Week. It has some interesting implications for systems integrators. See Below for the an excerpt from the article; "Systems integrators will no longer be able to provide support to the...
11 Jan 2008
Proposed rule would establish contractor code of ethics
Interesting Tidbit shared by Secaf.org A new rule has been proposed which would require contractors to establish a code of ethics and put internal controls in place to detect and prevent improper conduct in contracting. The Civilian Agency Acquisition Council and the Defense Acquisition...
4 Dec 2007
For Contractors in War Zones, Business Will Keep Growing
Defense Watch's own Sandra I. Erwin posted an article about increases in spending - see below...... The constant sniping in Washington about military contractors — particularly those doing business in Iraq — ignores the inescapable conclusion that the privatization of government functions not only...
19 Nov 2007
8a, Hubzone and Womens Procurement FAQ
Interesting FAQ that was published by www.Secaf.org 8(a) Program: Q: Why hasn't SBA raised the net worth requirements through regulations? A: SBA and the SBA's own Office of Inspector General have had a longstanding disagreement about this issue. While it may be problematic in some...
16 Nov 2007
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