E is For…EPA

The Economic Price Adjustment (EPA) clause applies to GSA Schedule contracts, and allows for price increases over the life of your contract, under specific circumstances. The amount and timing of any … [Read more...]

Subcontracting Opportunities With the Department of Defense

Whenever a large business is awarded a contract over a certain dollar amount, they must submit a Subcontracting Plan to the agency. The Subcontracting Plan details exactly how they will reach out to … [Read more...]

Keep Your Business Safe – Develop a Cybersecurity Plan

Small businesses are more dependent on the Internet than ever before, but many don’t have a formal cybersecurity plan. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has a free online resource designed … [Read more...]

GSA’s FREE Vendor Training Program

The Vendor Training Program consists of seven one-hour webinars, each intended to address a different critical topic of your Multiple Awards Schedule contract. Webinars are hosted live every other … [Read more...]

Doing Business with the Army Corps of Engineers

  The Army Corps of Engineers’ Small Business Program has over 48 Districts and Centers across the country.  They work with Contracting Officers and other personnel to determine which … [Read more...]

Alphabet Soup – Decoding Government Jargon/Terminology

A is for…Ability   Ability One (aka JWOD, the "Jarvit’s Wagner O’Day Act") requires federal agencies to purchase certain products and services from the National Institutes for the Blind (NIB) and … [Read more...]