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Jimmie Adkins, the vice president of federal for Ruckus Networks, sat down with executive editor Jason Miller at Federal News Network’s studios in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Here are some excerpts from that discussion.
The federal contracting opportunity website is being decommissioned. Here’s what you need to know about the transition.
SBA regulations say that size is determined as of the date an offeror submits its initial proposal, with price. On its face, this rule seems pretty straight forward. But what happens if the initial proposal was filed six years ago? And what if the joint venture that submitted the proposal has since expired? Following OHA’s recent logic, the proposal-date rule stands even in these unique circumstances.
The government’s IT modernization push has exploded in recent years, taking off during the Obama administration and soaring to new heights under the Trump administration.
In an earlier post, I made the case that referrals and word-of-mouth are the cornerstones of business development for professional services firms. I have also shared some thoughts about a more effective means of generating referrals relative to the traditional approach of relying only on people or companies with whom you have actually done business.
The government is rolling out a streamlined website for federal contract opportunities.
If you’re in the government contracting world, holding a training for your proposal, business development, capture, or pricing teams can be a daunting task. There are many questions and steps required before the actual training takes place, some of which include:
In dealing with government officials the small business owner must be aware of regulations regarding procurement integrity. This body of law has come into being through trial and error in dealing with conflict of interest and undue influence by industry on government officials and vice versa.
Ignorance is bliss, right? Not always. In the world of government contracting, GAO recently dismissed a protest because its initial agency protest was not timely filed, reminding the protester that ignorance of the law is no excuse.