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GAO Limitations on Subcontracting Clause Decision: Small Business Subcontractors Count

3/21/2014   Steven Koprince, a partner at Petefish, Immel, Heeb & Hird LLP, has posted a worthwhile blog post that details a recent decision by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) that has serious implications for federal government small business contracting. Koprince outlines the GAO’s January 6th decision that confirmed that…

Muskegon Area First PTAC Receives GEE Award

10/30/13 The Muskegon Area First PTAC was one of two recipients of the 2013 GEE Award from the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce. The GEE Award honors local government officials who support business and entrepreneurs, and was presented the Chamber’s Business for Breakfast event, where members heard from local industrial…

Respect the Proposal

10/14/13 Respect the Proposal By Jill Gernaat, Southwest Michigan PTAC Are you ready to submit a proposal? Have dotted all of the i’s and crossed the t’s? Did you read the small print in the solicitation? Here is a checklist to help you submit the best proposal possible. 1) Respect…

What the Shutdown Could Mean to Contractors

10/01/13 In light of the current U.S. Government shutdown, there are many questions, and few answers it seems - especially for contractors. Click here for insight on the current shutdown, and what it could mean to government contractors.