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During the partial shutdown the departments of the Interior, Agriculture, State, Housing and Urban Development, Treasury, Commerce, and Homeland Security would lose funding – and government contractors with existing contracts with those agencies could face a temporary loss of funding.
Not long ago, the U.S.
When considering opportunities in the government marketplace, clients will often only focus on Federal agencies (e.g., Department of Defense, GSA, etc.), overlooking those available with State and local agencies.
Government agencies frequently advertise for “Sources Sought” – what does that mean? Should you bother responding to a sources sought when it doesn’t directly result in a contract?
Unfortunately, disasters are inevitable.
Beyond industry expertise and establishing an infrastructure designed to support federal contracts, the federal government would like to do business with companies that have a solid past performance. There are several ways to pursue this:
The Department of Defense has increased the Micro-Purchase Threshold, Simplified Acquisition Threshold and Special Procurement Authority effective April 2018.