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Procurement Through e-Commerce Portals

By: Carter Bowman
July 11th, 2018

Background: On Thursday, June 21st, 2018 my colleague Andrew Wahlgren and I attended a GSA Industry Day at GSA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. to discuss “Procurement through commercial e-Commerce portals.” The talks were very informational, with unique perspectives from the General Services Administration (GSA) representatives, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) representatives, and high-stake company executives.

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Procurement Process

Top 3 Trends to Watch with the Trump Administration – A Procurement Prospectus

By: Kevin Lancaster
February 1st, 2017

President Trump has made it no secret that he plans to spend a lot improving the nation’s infrastructure.  With the transfer of powers completed and the new administration officially in place, changes to how the Government approaches procurement and focus on new/different initiatives will follow.  While the details are still being parsed, we can assume that this will include everything from the proposed border wall in addition to repairing and building new transportation, utilities, and structures as well as changes to how the Government approaches procurement.  But what are some things that you should be thinking of to stay proactive? Let’s take a deeper look at the top 3 trends we expect to see over the coming years.

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Top 10 Reasons to Get on the GSA Schedule

Top 10 Reasons to Get on the GSA Schedule

Do you know what the real benefits of being on the GSA Schedule are? Learn the top 10 reasons (and advantages) why you should consider it.

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Procurement Process | Contracts | Resources and Insight

The Advantage of Pursuing a Sources Sought Notice

By: Hannah Patrick
September 18th, 2015

Sources Sought is one of the lesser understood notifications sent out by a federal agency. Those of you who frequent FedBizOpps (FBO) may have come across a Sources Sought when researching opportunities and you may have even skimmed over this notification because it is not a formal solicitation for work or a request for proposal. The following blog will define a Sources Sought and explore why it is a useful tool for the federal government, as well as potential vendors.

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