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By Jim Stevenson, 09/23/2020
Does employment status really matter? The Internal Revenue Service says “yes” but the Service Contract Act says “no” when the Department of Labor enforces The Act. The Internal Revenue Service says employee status is important because it determines if the federal service contractor must...
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By Brock Baldwin, 06/02/2020
Let’s assume you’re a federal contractor and you’ve found the perfect job to bid. You’re capable and competitive so it should be a cake walk. Not so much. The only issue is that the solicitation says that performance and payment bonds will be required. If you’ve never been bonded...
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By Jim Stevenson, 04/20/2020
The Service Contract Act (SCA) enforcement process has changed over the past few years with the addition of more than 1,000 Department of Labor (DOL) investigators. Attention is now given to details of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and other related acts that may have been overlooked in the...
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By Taylor Boon, 03/11/2020
In a complicated and evolving industry such as government contracting, having access to resources you can trust is crucial to success. At AssuredPartners, our government contracting team is comprised of professionals who specialize in the minutiae of the industry. We’ve assembled the specialists to create a...
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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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