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...]

GSA to Require DocuSign and Multi-Factor Authorization for All Contract Offers and Modifications

Beginning on Nov. 30th, all GSA schedule contract holders will use DocuSign to digitally sign documents in eOffer and eMod.   Note that, during the DocuSign transition period, Nov. 25-29, … [Read more...]

Alphabet Soup: G is For…GSA

The General Services Administration (GSA) manages one of the largest marketplaces in the world, bringing together business contractors and government customers. The GSA ‘Schedules’ program gives … [Read more...]

Marketing Mondays: Doing Business With…the Department of Labor

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...]