The Federal Government spends over $650 billion on products and services each year, and 635,000 contractors provide those products and services. You can be a federal contractor, too! But those who don't know the rules and regulations, or don't keep up with all the changes, will not be successful!
Panoptic Enterprises' FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS CENTER provides timely news and views on the fast-changing federal acquisition process.
GETTING STARTED IN FEDERAL CONTRACTING
468 pages, 2017, ISBN: 978-1-912481-27-2
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The Federal Government is growing by leaps and bounds, and is expected to continue growing for the foreseeable future! The Government has established goals of $125 billion in contract awards to small businesses, $25 billion to minority-owned businesses, $25 billion to women-owned businesses, and $15 billion to veteran-owned businesses!
For 37 years, Getting Started in Federal Contracting has been the standard reference for government contract information, guidance, and advice. Now, with this revised and expanded sixth edition, you have all the help you need to win your fair share of government business!
Table of Contents Index
Chapter 11, Small Business Programs Chapter 13, Federal Supply Schedules
RECENT FEDERAL CONTRACTS DISPATCHES
4/8/21, Homeland Security; Deviation Suspending Incremental Funding Limits to Support Unaccompanied Alien Children
4/5/21, General Services Administration; Deviation on Using Other than Full and Open Competition for Lease Acquisitions
4/2/21, Department of Homeland Security Acquisition Regulation; Administrative Matters
4/2/21, Defense; Deviation Prohibiting 2021 Funds to Establish Computer Network Unless Designed to Block Certain Websites
3/31/21, Defense; Revised Non-Foreign Overseas Per Diem Rates
3/31/21, Defense; Negotiation of a Renewal of the Defense Procurement Memorandum with the Ministry of Defense of Japan
3/31/21, General Services Administration; Supplement to Waiver of Requirements Under the MAS Solicitation for COVID
3/31/21, GSA Acquisition Regulation; Extension of Determination for Non-Availability for Buy American Clauses
3/30/21, Department of Energy (DOE); Congressional Notifications for Contract or Other Transaction Agreement Actions
3/30/21, Department of Energy (DOE); Contractor Use of One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS)
MOST RECENT FEDERAL CONTRACTS PERSPECTIVE NEWSLETTER
April 2021 (Vol. XXII, No. 4) [pdf version]
Biden Administration Withdraws Four Proposed FAR Rules
COVID Requires Extensions to Acquisition-Related Rules
DOD Tides Up a Bit