Read a compilation of this week’s government contracting news brought to you by Koprince Law LLC. Visit the SMALLGOVCON blog page to read more!
Don’t miss this opportunity to schedule an appointment with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District for a virtual, one on one capability briefing. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about upcoming opportunities, showcase your company’s expertise and establish relationships. The Omaha District has dedicated 1 day a month for the next 3 … Read more
In case you missed our latest newsletter, you can view it here. Be sure to click the button at the top of the newsletter to subscribe. Articles include: Micro-Purchases on Credit Card: A Business Opportunity? Indefinite Delivery Contracts New Video Tutorial: Learn How to Search for Federal Opportunities in beta.sam.gov! And training opportunities you don’t … Read more
According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), about 70 percent of all federal procurement transactions are for routine, lower value products/services known as micro-purchases. On August 31st, 2020 the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) was officially updated to reflect the new, federal “micro-purchase threshold” of $10,000. Micro-purchases can be made on a government purchase card (GPC) … Read more
There are 138 active postings for federal opportunities in the state of Montana. Some examples include: Notice ID: 1282A721Q4001 Forest Service – 50 Ton Folding Gooseneck Trailer – Offers due Dec 30, 2020 Notice ID: FA4626-21-Q-0001 Malmstrom Air Force Base – Laundry Services – Offers due Jan 7, 2021 Notice ID: 12805B21Q0039 USDA … Read more
Visit the Montana PTAC YouTube channel for a tutorial on how to search for federal opportunities over $25K and set up saved searches that will also notify you of new opportunities. This same subject was previously recorded in May 2020 but has since been re-recorded to include some new information. CLICK HERE to watch the … Read more
Should my business apply for WOSB or EDWOSB? Now that the SBA has formally taken over the certification process for the Woman Owned Small Business and Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB/EDWOSB) program, many businesses are wondering which one to apply for. The differences in the certifications have to deal with the NAICS codes … Read more
Frequently, the government can specify accurately what it intends to purchase but cannot define the delivery dates or the quantities. There are three types of these contract vehicles guided by Federal Acquisition Regulation 16.5: definite-quantity contracts, requirements contracts, and indefinite-quantity contracts. They are used when the buying agency cannot determine a specified minimum, or the … Read more
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On April 26, 2021, the functionalities of SAM.gov will be integrated into the modernized beta.SAM.gov environment. Once integrated, legacy SAM.gov will be decommissioned and the new environment will retire the “beta” and be renamed SAM.gov. To read more about the transition CLICK HERE!