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False Claims Act (FCA): Can you Blow the Whistle on a Prime Contractor Who Improperly Uses Your Small Business to Get an Award?

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Imagine this scenario. Your small business that is eligible for set-asides and incentives under the state or federal government’s disadvantaged ...
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Instructions in RFP Cannot Factor into Evaluation Criteria

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A request for proposals (RFP) is an effective way to find the right vendor for a contract or project. When done properly, an RFP provides ...
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Protest Sustained for Competitive Prejudice

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To win a bid protest, it isn’t enough for a protester to show there was an error in conducting a procurement. The protester must show “competitive ...
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Overwhelming Unknowns Causes Contractor to Lose CBCA Appeal

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Tax laws vary among governments and countries. Jurisdictions often impose different income-based levies on enterprises than on individuals. Such ...
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Contradictory Provisions Cause Bid Protest

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When an agency creates a request for proposals (RFP) under the procedures of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) part 12, it must ensure the request ...
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COVID-19 Causes Delays and Suspensions of Government Contracts

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has caused business disruption across the globe and is having a direct impact on government contractors. The ...
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The DMCA: How to Take Down Infringing Cyber Content

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If you have a small business, few things can be as frustrating as seeing another business take your creative content (i.e., product descriptions, ...
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Joe's Suggested Reading List

Posted by: Joe Whitcomb
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Like many of you, my ride to work in the morning is long and can feel like a giant waste of time. I have tried many diversions and distractions like ...
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Avoiding Adverse SBA Size and Status Decisions

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As the value of government contracts increases, so does the likelihood your company, as the winning bidder, will face a size and standard protest ...
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Can’t afford to file a $600 opposition to a competitor’s pending trademark application? Maybe you can file a $50 Letter of Protest instead.

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If you have a registered trademark and someone else is trying to register a mark that is very similar to yours, you’ll want to speak up. You invested ...
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