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2017 – The State of WOSBs

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Improvements in WOSB contracting In light of some of the recent success of Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs) in the federal contracting space, EZGovOpps has decided to take another look at other successes, opportunities, and challenges that lie ahead for WOSBs. Using data compiled by the EZGovOpps platform and federal sources, our analysts were able to put together a comprehensive picture of how far WOSBs have progressed in government procurement, and where there is room to grow. The big milestone for...

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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...

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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...

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What SBA nominee Linda McMahon means for women-owned small business

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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) co-founder Linda McMahon will head the Small Business Administration, President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team announced Wednesday. In a statement, Trump hailed her as “one of the country’s top female executives.” The wrestling magnate ran twice for the Senate in 2010 and 2012. Without more time in public office, McMahon’s positions on things like small business setasides are still somewhat unknown. Small women-owned government contractors, who are especially affected by the SBA, will have a lot of...

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CIO-SP3 SB: a GWAC profile

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Diving into the Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business (CIO-SP3 SB) Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) UPDATE: To read our coverage of the new CIO-SP3 SB awards, click here.  Most government contractors focus their efforts on GSA schedules or FedBizOpps solicitations. These common solutions, however, do not cover the entire contracting spectrum – you can find separate, more specialized acquisition vehicles through different agencies. One such specialized federal procurement Executive Agent is NITAAC, which runs the GWAC CIO-SP3 SB....

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2nd Quarter Set-asides: An Exclusive Forecast

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Conventional wisdom says that leveraging set-asides is a 4th quarter game: anyone who relies on set-asides for contracting opportunities knows that they don’t really ramp up until the end of the fiscal year, when agencies start worrying about meeting annual set-aside goals. 2nd Quarter set-asides aren’t on most businesses’ radar. But a slow quarter can be a gift. While other set-aside eligible businesses might sit back and relax for a few months, you’ll know better: There are over $2 billion...

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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,...

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SDVOSBs: An Insight

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What are SDVOSBs? As of the Executive Order 13360 by President George W. Bush in 2004, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) is one that meets the Small Business Administration (SBA) requirement and is a business owned and controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans (0-100% rating). The latter is the primary distinguisher between Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSBs) and SDVOSBs. The goings-on of the SDVOSB World On the surface, it is pretty rosy. There are 18,228 SDVOSBs...

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Take HUBZone by the Horns!

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What are HUBZones? HUBZones, Historically Underutilized Business Zones, were created in 1997, as part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act, to provide government contracting assistance to small businesses located in these zones.   The pre-conditions for a company to be classified as HUBZone are pretty strict- it must be a small business by SBA standards, 35% of the company’s employees must reside within a HUBZone, and the company’s principle office must be located within a HUBZone. Why should we care? The...

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