Tips for Filing Court of Federal Claims Bid Protests (COFC)

Deciding on whether to file a Court of Federal Claims bid protest versus GAO protest or the agency-level protest can be tricky too many government contractors. At the end of the day, many contractors seeking to save revenues worth millions of dollars find that closing bridges or giving up rights… Read more »

What is an SBA Size Protest? Understanding the Rules

An SBA size protest is a legal challenge to the agency’s decision to award a government contract because of the awardee’s alleged small business size violation. Specifically,  the protestor challenges the awardee size status by asserting and providing a legal and factual basis for the size protest. 13 CFR 121.1001… Read more »

Does FAR Force Majeure Clauses Apply to Federal Government Contracts

The COVID-19 pandemic is still costing the country substantial amounts of money without and certainty of guarantees. The end of this pandemic is not yet in site and federal contractors may now wonder whether this situation falls with the context of force majeure clauses, especially in government construction contracts. With… Read more »

How Do Federal Government Contractors Deal With COVID-19 Problems

Government contractors, especially small business, should brace themselves for a bumpy ride when it comes to the future of COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Problem. The Center for Disease Control (CDC)  has issued guidance about the pandemic. The information, however, does not resolve the storm of issues lurking for small businesses and… Read more »

SBA HUBZone Advantages, Benefits & Definition

What is the SBA HUBZone Program? Compliance with the regulations and law can help you to avoid criminal liability for HUBZone fraud. As a small business, you can qualify for the SBA HUBZone ( Historically Underutilized Business Zone Program). This is a unique opportunity for small businesses to gain access… Read more »