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New Presentation Available: The Christian Doctrine

This presentation discusses an interesting topic that is unique to Government contracting. In G.L. Christian and Associates vs. United States (1963), the court held that standard contract clauses established by regulations may be considered as being in every Federal contract. Because the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) is the law, and Government contractors are presumed to […]

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Growing Up GovCon

Often the most difficult part of doing business with the federal government is obtaining that first contract. There seems to be a catch-22 embedded into the system where the government wants contractors with experience, but how do you gain experience if you can’t win a contract? The government has recognized this difficulty and has developed […]

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Information for Budding Contractors

If you are new to government contracting or want to understand the federal procurement process, the Information for Contractors Manual is a great place to start your info search.  Developed by the DCAA, it provides an overview of the required rules and regulations, including: • What to expect when doing business with the federal government;• Some of […]

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