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CSO Requirements for Government Contractors

GovCon & Trade

We defined CSOs as “another pathway for nontraditional technology companies to provide goods and services to the federal government. We recently authored an article for Reuters examining Commercial Solutions Openings, a contracting mechanism through the Department of Defense (DoD), which seeks innovative commercial technologies or services.

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SLED Government Contracting 101: How Government Contractors Can Thrive in the SLED Sector

GovCon Wire

The SLED industry is among the prime revenue drivers for government contractors. State, local and education (SLED) government agencies spend billions of dollars on goods and services, contributing nearly 10 percent to the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).

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Key Steps Contractors Should Consider When Facing a Government Shutdown

Inside Government Contracts

Although Congress averted a Government shutdown on October 1 by passing a temporary spending bill, we may be headed toward a shutdown next month. Professional services contractors are particularly at risk, as many of their employees may be working on cost-reimbursable government contracts but may be compensated on a salaried basis.

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Mastering How to Get Government Contracts

Select GCR

Trying to figure out how to get a government contract? Key Takeaways The federal government provides a plethora of government contractor opportunities, organized by NAICS codes, requiring awareness of various types of contracts and agency-specific needs such as cybersecurity readiness for the Department of Defense.

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New Requirements for Government Contractors and Joint Ventures

GovCon & Trade

I recently authored an article for Law360’s Expert Analysis column outlining a joint notice issued by the Information Security Oversight Office (ISOO), which offers guidance to government contractors regarding entity eligibility determination (EED) requirements for joint ventures.

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Why the government should use more shared services to reduce costs

Federal News Network

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently reiterated something it has been pointing out for years: The government wastes billions and billions of dollars on duplicative and overlapping activities. The government wastes billions and billions on duplicative and overlapping activities. Steve Goodrich I certainly have.

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Why most government contractors are feeling confident about 2025

Federal News Network

Government contractors on the whole are optimistic about future business. They expect more growth as the government adopts artificial intelligence. Generally, the government contracting markets have been relatively insulated from the economic conditions. And the government spending itself never actually goes down.