Bid notification and intelligence firms and former government managers say, yes, agency spending may accelerate prior to the June 30 fiscal year-end.
June is jam packed with a variety of small business and government-related must-attend events in the DC metro area. Here is a list of events that we think should be on your radar:
SBA didn’t adequately explain its rationale for terminating an 8(a) program participant, according to a recent federal court ruling on 8(a) program termination.
Poor FITARA scores open an opportunity for GSA to help agencies but will the creation of the new Technology Transformation Service pay off? Lisa Pafe discusses.
ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING *** The monthly meeting of the Government Contractors Association is the one place where business owners, government professionals, and industry experts can come to network, meet possible teaming partners, connect with agencies, get best practices from successful peers and learn how to navigate the maze that is government contracting. This month’s event is: LEADER”SHIFT”: Shifting from a “Commercial” to a “Government” MIndset You’ve heard GCA’s bidding and winning strategies, but there is one more key strategy: MINDSET!! At our next association meeting, we will discuss the mindset shifts and the qualities that business owners and leaders need in order to grow successful government contracting businesses. Not only will you hear from us, but you will also get the opportunity to hear from one of our successful contractors and get a taste of Leader”shift” in Action. At this monthly meeting you will learn: The top qualities of successful contractors? The leadership mindset needed to be successful? What “Shifts” are needed to move your business from the Commercial market to the Government market? What impact does mindset have on your business? Plus much more… Join us on Tuesday, June 14th from 6:00p.m. – 8:30 p.m. for a dynamic, engaging presentation. Parking is FREE and wine and refreshments will be served. *** Members are FREE Non-Members must pay $10 at the door.
The 5th annual BGOV200 study ranks the top 200 federal government contractors by value of prime, unclassified contracts awarded by U.S. government agencies in fiscal 2015. The report analyzes the top contracts at 24 agencies and departments, and in 20 different purchasing categories.
Nitor’s 8-Element Framework assesses, builds and transforms the people, process and technology aspects across the key activities of any Procurement organization
Winning Task Orders on SeaPort-e and Federal IDIQs
As you know, most private sector employees in Virginia are “at-will” employees, which means that either the employee or the employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time with or without cause. In a recent decision, Johnston v. William E. Wood & Associates, Inc., No. 151160 (S. Ct. Va. June 2, 2016), the Supreme… Read more