What Is the Biggest Myth in Government Contracting?
Newsletter February 17, 2106 Vol 9 Issue 3
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Biggest Myth In Government Contracting

By Gloria Larkin


What is the single biggest myth in government contracting? That can be tough to say, because there are countless myths, misconceptions and confabulations in the federal, state and local government contracting marketplace.

However, in 2016, the single biggest myth is...

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Crushing Your Federal Sales Goals -
Join Gloria for this FREE Preview Webinar Thursday - It's not too late.
 
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Thursday, February 18, 2016 Complimentary Preview Webinar
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Thursday, February 25, 2016 Class Accounting Regulations and Business Systems: Key Updates for Government Contractors (Part I of II)
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 Class Billion Dollar Proposal & Presentation Graphics
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 Class- Crush Your Government Contracting Sales Goals

Proposal Lessons Learned- We Made the Mistakes So You Don’t Have To

You will learn the lessons from proposal mistakes made by those who proceeded you!  Catalog red flags and warning signs that signify trouble ahead.  You will also understand and identify what separates an excellent proposal from an average submission.
 Attend this class in-person or virtually on March 15, 2016. 
Congratulations to Helen Litsky, of Mellow Enterprises, on the receipt of her Significant Life Saving Award during the 14th Annual Miami-Dade Fire & Rescue Medal Day. We would also like to congratulate Ms. Litsky on her 25 years of service as a firefighter.
It's tax time- for your business and your family. Did you know that the IRS has a YouTube Channel where they post helpful tips and alerts on Filing, Identity Theft, Fraud, and FAQ's- check it out here
Registration is now OPEN for our 3/1/16 event, “How Government Contractors Can Mitigate the Risk of Suspension and Debarment Through an Effective Ethics and Compliance Program.”

Suspension and debarment are some of the most severe penalties that can be levied against government contractors. Once a contractor is suspended or debarred, that company will be ineligible on the GSA's System for Award Management, and no primary contracts will be awarded. That's pretty bleak news for any government contractor.
 
The good news is that there are steps government contractors can take to minimize their risk of suspension and debarment.
  
Join Robert Meunier, CEO of Debarment Solutions, LLC, as he presents and moderates a panel designed to help government contractors put measures into place to avoid suspension and debarment.
Businesses Owned by Women Less Likely to Win U.S. Contracts, Study Shows

Recently, the Department of Commerce completed the study for the SBA. The study found that women-owned businesses are 21% less likely to win federal contracts than similarly situated competitors. The New York Times cited the yet to be released study to read more click here 

 
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