Here is a collection of articles to help answer your questions about doing business with federal, state and local government.
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Don’t miss this opportunity on May 28 to network, break into government contracting at annual procurement conference in Warrensburg, Mo.
Army major calls organization “No. 1 resource for information on how to do business with the government.”
Frequently asked questions about selling to the government, answered.
Any agency that spends money on behalf of a governmental entity should be considered as a source of potential governmental funds.
Know the types of bonds and when they’re required for federal contracts.
Contracting with the federal government requires persistence and patience. Registering with E-Verify and SAM are important steps.
The Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) Empowerment Contracting Program is designed to stimulate economic development and create jobs in urban and rural communities by providing federal contracting preferences to small businesses.
Buyers of products in the United States require their suppliers to track and reduce environmental impacts.
When considering target markets for their products and services, many business owners often overlook one with nearly limitless potential — local, state and federal government.