Limited Liability Company vs Limited Liability Corporation Ltd vs LLC

 Choosing whether to start a Colorado Limited Liability Company vs Limited Liability Corporation is a question that many small business owners ask in Colorado.  Without a deep understanding of the corporate legal formations and liability exposure, business owners often find themselves in legal trouble or facing lawsuits for personal liability. Understanding the differences… Read more »

What is an RFP? Responding to a Request for Proposal

A request for proposal (RFP) in government contracting occurs when the agency publicizes its requirements to public participation. There is a set bidding process which is regulated. In a federal RFP response, you must carefully analyze the Statement of Work requirements and evaluation factors stated in the RF Federal agencies evaluate technical… Read more »

Surety Bond Tips for Federal Government Construction Contracts

Varying Surety Bond Requirements Take Different Legal Paths to Resolve Avoid Costly Legal Mistakes. Given the amount of construction in federal government construction contracts, there are provisions that allow for large contractors and DOD small businesses to secure projects. There are various surety bond requirements that must be met. For… Read more »

Government Contract Pricing When Bidding

Government contract pricing when preparing a proposal can be stressful and confusing.  Nowadays, federal contracting agencies resort to lowest price technically acceptable contracts. Although you may think that your pricing is fair and reasonable, you then find out that your competitor’s pricing is lower. Government contract pricing, from the agency’s side… Read more »

Government Programs to Help Small Businesses

When it comes to federal contracting, there are several government programs to help small businesses succeed in the procurement market. Despite the high demand for getting into these government programs, there is still a requirement to plan carefully and develop a sound roadmap to become successful. What Are Some of… Read more »

8a Program Size Determination & SBA Non Manufacturer Rule

How Does the SBA Non manufacturer Rule, 13 CFR 121.406, Impact Your Small Business Size? Theodore P. Watson, Esq: The SBA Non Manufacturer Regulation has become the topic of litigation for small businesses in the SBA 8a Program.  Under the rule, 13 CFR 121.406, your small business may qualify for… Read more »

Best Ways to Choose a Proposal Writing Service

Be Mindful of a Proposal Writing Services That Cannot Explain Procurement Rules. When it comes to writing proposal responses for federal bids, choosing the right proposal writing services can be challenging.  However,  when interviewing a new company for your government proposal writing services there are a few things you might… Read more »

Federal Government Small Business Contracts :: Best Ideas

Getting federal government contracts for small business firms is a tough task for both large and small businesses across the United States. However, by reviewing the various best practices and studying the publicized GAO protest decisions, there are some of the best small business development ideas for getting federal government contracts have evolved… Read more »

Litigating Breach of Common Law Contract Remedies

What is a Common Law Contract? Common law refers to case law or precedent where decisions are made, and there is no statute governing the particular action. In common law contracts, service contracts predominately stand out as an example because there is no statute that governs the rights and obligations of… Read more »