Blog2018-05-22T16:11:04-04:00

Here’s What You Should Know About the SBA’s New Ruling

A long-awaited moment for small-business service contractors across the U.S. has finally arrived. After nearly a year of uncertainty, the Small Business Administration (SBA) has finalized a rule to implement the Small Business Runway Extension Act, which was originally passed in 2018. Effective January 6th, receipts-based size calculations will change from a 3-year to [...]

December 10th, 2019|Federal Contracting, News|

Top 5 Acquisition Trends to Watch in 2020

With 2020 just around the corner, our team decided to take a look at the upcoming trends, policies, and budgetary updates for the new year. Here's what you can expect – and how your company can prepare – for the government acquisition landscape in 2020. 1. Sustained drive toward cost efficiency through IT modernization, [...]

December 4th, 2019|Federal Contracting|

SEC, DHS & DOE Contracts Expected to Drop By Year’s End

We are tracking three government contracts expected to drop by the end of 2019: Integrated Professional Support Services (IPASS), Enterprise Software Solutions (ESS), and Consolidated IT and Cyber Security Support Services for NNSA OCIO. Learn more about these opportunities in the descriptions below. Government Contract #1: Integrated Professional Support [...]

November 20th, 2019|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|

VA, DIA & Navy Contracts on the Horizon

We are tracking three government contracts expected to drop in the next few months: Digital Services Multiple Award IDIQ, Infrastructure Development and Sustainment (IDS2), and Cyber Information Technology Services. Learn more about these opportunities in the descriptions below. Government Contract #1: Digital Services Multiple Award IDIQ Program Snapshot: Agency: [...]

October 23rd, 2019|Federal Contracting, Government Contracts|
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