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Intro to GWACs

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EZGovOpps has published reports on many Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs), including CIO-SP3 from the NIH and SEWP V. For those getting started in the Federal contracting space, we thought it would be helpful to describe the mechanisms, advantages, and disadvantages of a GWAC. A GWAC is very similar to a Multiple-Award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (MA IDIQ) contract, where contracts are awarded to to multiple vendors for goods and services. In a GWAC, these services are always related to technology, but the...



Place of Performance and Contracting Opportunities

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When talking to new businesses seeking Federal contracting opportunities, EZGovOpps is often asked about searching by a “Place of Performance.” While targeting opportunities by geographic preference can be productive, there are some pitfalls to using this for your search criteria. Across the Federal landscape, every solicitation released is required to list a place of performance for that opportunity in federal databases. Often, contracting offices will put down their own location as a place of performance, rather than the actual location....


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Selling to the government: A guide to small business contracting strategy

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Government contracting is a business with great rewards… and great confusion. The government is unlike any other customer. Its rules, laid out in the Federal Acquisition Regulation, or FAR (sometimes called the contractor’s Bible) cover a whopping 1,925 pages. Its needs are opaque, complex, and sometimes classified. Gathering intelligence on potential bids can leave you either digging fruitlessly for information or drowning in endless solicitation appendices. Between contract hunting, bidding and compliance, there’s not a lot of time for a...



What SBA subcontracting limitations mean for your business

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Final Ruling In June 2016, the Small Business Administration (SBA) made a final ruling on provisions first set out in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2013. In the ruling, the SBA made an important decision on the limitations of subcontracting in small business set-aside contracts. Starting June 30th, 2016, any subcontracting by a prime small business contractor to a “similarly situated entity,” a small business which meets the same standards, will not be limited by subcontracting work requirement...



Minority-Owned Business Enterprises

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The great thing about doing business with the government is that there are programs and practices in place meant to give everyone a fair shot. If you have a small minority-owned business, taking advantage of these programs could open up incredible opportunities. The last few years have been great for Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs), who now have comparable sales and procurement success in government contracting to their non-minority peers. This progress has come at a cost, however – on average,...



2016 Q4 Finale – Conquer the End of the Year Rush!

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Lace up your shoes and get into full throttle for the end of the fiscal year and the final 4th quarter! Here are a few crucial steps your business has to take to ensure you get the most out of these few months: Hit the Drawing Board: Chart out your course. Make a list of deadlines you want to hit and make sure every member of your companies knows them. Highlight your goals for the fourth quarter and assign priority to...