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Joseph Whitcomb

How to Bid on Local Government Contracts Using Helpful Data

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Winning contracts from the government can be intimidating. This may especially be the case when you own a small business. There are programs and ...
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What Makes Government Contracts Unique in Colorado?

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Unlike other states, procurement of contracts in Colorado is decentralized. State agencies carry out their own solicitations. Businesses that sell ...
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How to Work with Government Contracts as a Veteran-Owned Business

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Contracting with the U.S. government can help your business grow and provide it greater stability in difficult times like the pandemic we are ...
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How Are Government Contracts Awarded? 3 Tips to Improve Your Win Rate

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A contractor’s proposal is evaluated based on the use of labor and resources with the performance promised. These contracts are based on how ...
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How Do I File a Complaint On Ethics Violations in Government Contracting?

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Violations of ethics rules may lead to a bid protest or undermine the public’s confidence in the Government. Congress passed the Procurement ...
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Steps to Becoming a Government Contractor

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The U.S. government is the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. This provides hundreds of billions of dollars worth of opportunities ...
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U.S. Government Contract Protest Period Simplified: All Your Questions Answered

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Contractors have multiple options when contesting an award decision by a procuring agency. They may protest before the procuring agency, Government ...
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Key Differences Between the 2 Types of Public Contracts

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Two types of public contracts common in government work are fixed-price and cost-reimbursement contracts. Each have their own advantages and ...
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A Year Since Kingdomware and the Rule of Two

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It has been a little over a year now since the US Supreme Court issued its opinion in Kingdomware Technologies, Inc. v. United States, 136 S. Ct. ...
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Cyber Security-Covered Defense Information

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The Department of Defense recently released new guidance regarding cybersecurity regulations for all defense contractors. A new clause in the Defense ...
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