Could Your Company Help Out in a Disaster?

When national emergencies or disasters such as flood, hurricanes, and forest fires occur, supplies and services need to be procured and rushed to the affected area quickly. To expedite this process, … [Read more...]

J is for….. J&A

Justification and Approval (J&A) documents are required whenever an agency plans to award a contract on a Sole Source basis - when the agency is only aware of a single company qualified to supply … [Read more...]

The Federal Aviation Authority Transitions to Beta.SAM

When most federal agencies moved their contract opportunities from the old FedBizOpps system to the new Beta.SAM  system last year, the Federal Aviation Authority initially held out, and kept their … [Read more...]

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...]

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 … [Read more...]

Your Damaged Money May Still Have Value

What Can You Do If Your Money Gets Damaged? If your small business keeps currency of any value in-house, what happens if it gets damaged - in a fire or a flood; an accidental chemical spill, or … [Read more...]