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Five Tips To Help You Land A Government Contract

Each year, the federal government awards roughly 23 percent of its contracts to small business. With billions of dollars going to these small businesses every year, this type of revenue stream can be quite lucrative, especially for those that land their first contract. However, landing a government contract can be somewhat difficult, especially if it’s your first time venturing down this path.

Here are five tips to help you land that government contract for your business.

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Government Contracting Part 2: SAM Registration

If you have already contacted Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and went through the short application process of obtaining a D-U-N-S number, the next step in making your business eligible for participation in government contracting with the DoD is to register your business with the System for Award Management, or SAM. SAM Registration is a requirement for all businesses and potential vendors as set forth in the Federal Acquisitions Regulations, or FAR. Familiarizing yourself with FAR is not a requirement, but we definitely recommend a comfortable familiarity, as the entire bidding and acquisition process often refers to the stipulations of FAR.

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