Develop Simple Strategies of How to Write Contract Proposal to the Federal Government That Actually Work Not every bidder will get a federal contract. However, the ones that do tend to follow some basic approaches that many companies entirely miss. Also, recent developments show that when learning how to write... Read more »
The below information has been primarily extracted from the EEOC Website. As an employer involved in an employment discrimination case, you should seek legal advice for a local employer defense lawyer. You should understand the types of employment discrimination damages that your company can be exposed to. Types of Employment Discrimination Damages... Read more »
Understanding how to navigate LPTA evaluation criteria mistakes can allow you to get a second bite at the apple. Lowest Price Technically Acceptable, lowest price technically acceptable evaluation factors are commonplace when it comes to federal procurement and litigating FAR protests. A common mistake made by contractors when litigating bid protest cases... Read more »
As a government construction contractor, your payment and performance bonds under the Miller Act is critical to getting the award and protecting your company in the event of default. Getting payment and performance is a requirement for federal construction contracts. However, problems arise when small businesses have a difficult time securing... Read more »
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Compared to regularly solicited proposals by the federal government, writing FAR Part 15.6 unsolicited proposals can be a daunting process. Further filing a bid protest regarding the agency’s improper rejection of your unsolicited proposal can be that much more difficult. However, the US Federal Circuit Court of Appeals outlined the... Read more »
The SBA clarified the issue of who can file a size protest. Whether a company can file a size protest directly relates to the issue of standing. Only an interested party can file a bid protest or participate in the case. However, there are uniquely different legal considerations when filing... Read more »
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