Legislation Proposed to Grow HUBZone Businesses

March 10, 2017 GovCon Voices: Let’s Amend The HUBZone 35% Requirement Source: SmallGovCon, Michael Anderson, March 7, 2017 The HUBZone contracting program, while well-intended to provide economic and employment opportunities in otherwise low income, high unemployment areas, must nonetheless connect … Continued

WOSB Gaining Foothold in Federal Marketplace

February 23, 2017 GovConVoices: Women-Owned Small Businesses Still Underrepresented On Government’s Biggest Contracts Source: SmallGovCon, Courtney Fairchild, February 16, 2017 Taken as a whole, the Government-wide performance metrics for small business utilization are encouraging. The Small Business Administration’s FY2015 report … Continued

A Look Back at the HUBZone Program in 2016

December 9, 2016 HUBZone set-asides in 2016: an in-depth look Source: Set-Aside Alert, Alice Lipowicz, December 2016 Set-Aside Alert takes an in-depth look at the Small Business Administration’s HUBZone program for small businesses. Under the program, thousands of census tracts … Continued

HUBZone Changes Explained

August 9, 2016 HUBZone Program: SBA Final Rule Brings Significant Changes Source: SmallGovCon, Matthew Schoonover, July 27, 2016 The HUBZone program will see significant changes to its rules as a result of major SBA changes set to take effect in … Continued

Last Chance for Vendors to be Added to SeaPort-e Contracts

December1, 2015 Rolling Admissions Special Notice for Seaport This special notice is to inform vendors that after this Rolling Admission period, there are no plans to add new vendors to the current SeaPort-e program. Synopsis – Rolling Admissions Fiscal Year … Continued

The Federal Services Marketplace is Shifting

4 Government Contracting Trends to Watch in 2016 Castlemar Consulting’s Mark Abel examines four contracting trends for 2016. Source: Washington Exec, Article written by Mark Abel, published October 1, 2016 Today’s times represent an ongoing shift in the federal services … Continued