Federal Contractors – Labor Regulations & Compliance

The Dept. of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)  helps federal contractors and their employees become familiar with the regulations that are enforced by the OFCCP … [Read more...]

Alphabet Soup: I is For… IDIQ

An Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract has no guaranteed total quantity of services or products that will be acquired.  There may be a guaranteed minimum quantity, or an estimated … [Read more...]

Marketing Monday’s: Doing Business With… the  Dept. Health & Human Services (DHHS)

Every federal agency has its own Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office (OSDBU or OSBU) that supports small businesses, proving information on contracting opportunities and … [Read more...]

Sole Source Contracts

A Sole Source contract may be issued if the agency believes that only one company is qualified to supply a certain product or service.    The Contracting Officer must conduct market research to … [Read more...]

Alphabet Soup: H is For…Hub-Zone

All federal agencies have procurement goals for contracting with certain categories of small businesses, including Veteran-owned, Women-owned, Disadvantaged/Minority-owned, and businesses located in … [Read more...]

Marketing Mondays: Doing Business With…The Coast Guard

Every federal agency has its own Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization Office (OSDBU or OSBU) that supports small businesses, proving information on contracting opportunities and … [Read more...]

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