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By Caitlin Kennedy, 07/11/2019
A common question that arises when speaking with contractors around the country: “Now that we’ve won this contract, what should we do next?” Let’s take a look at the factors that should be considered after a successful bid to ensure a profitable contract. An example of a typical...
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By Caitlin Kennedy, 06/03/2019
Offering health coverage and benefits to employees and their dependents is a major expense. In government contracting, there’s an interest in keeping costs low and bids competitive. It can be tempting for government contractors to take the required fringe and pay it out in cash but, ultimately, putting...
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By Caitlin Kennedy, 04/26/2019
The City of San Francisco recently released their official 2019 notice regarding theHealth Care Security Ordinancethat applies to businesses with 20 or more workers and nonprofits with 50 or more employees. It states that businesses with 20 or more workers worldwide (50 or more workers in the nonprofit space)...
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By Caitlin Kennedy, 04/11/2019
There are many entities and regulations that preside over government contractors and the subcontractors they work with.The Davis-Bacon Act of 1931. The McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act of 1965. And that’s just to name a few! When it comes to government contractors and their work, compliance is...
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By Caitlin Kennedy, 03/05/2019
The Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 allows growing businesses to be considered “small” for a longer period of time. The stated purpose, perthe House Committee on Small Business, is to help small contractors “navigate the middle market as they reach the upper limits of their small...
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