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Blog posts for Government Contracts

Cloud Computing and Government Contracts

Posted on January 29, 2014 in Government Contracts

Many government entities are following the private sector with moves toward cloud computing. Those that have not already begun the migration are planning deployment initiatives. The migration from legacy systems to a cloud environment offers...

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What Federal Loan Programs Increase Lending to Small Businesses

Posted on December 05, 2013 in Government Contracts

Getting a small business off the ground is no small feat. It can take months of planning just to put together the paperwork necessary to submit to lenders for start-up funding. Once the funding is in place, then there is the daunting task of...

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How Government Contractors Are Affected in a Shutdown

Posted on October 11, 2013 in Government Contracts

The government shutdown of September 2013 has far-reaching effects on everyone, particularly those who depend on government contracts for employment. According to the website Government Contracting Tips, the government will not fund contracts for...

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Cash Flow Uncertain for Future for Military Contractors

Posted on September 24, 2013 in Government Contracts

The recent bout of wrangling in the U.S. political world over the national budget has left many defense contractors facing an uncertain future. This is especially true for smaller firms that provide a limited array of services in the defense...

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Military Contracting Firms Branch Out with Accounts Receivable Lending

Posted on September 13, 2013 in Government Contracts

Military contracting is one of the most secure elements in the modern economy. However, minor shifts in U.S. policy or concerns about budget cuts can often cause serious credit issues for these relatively stable corporate entities. A recent...

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Manufacturers Factor Receivables from Government Contracts

Posted on September 10, 2013 in Government Contracts

If you are the owner of a manufacturing business, have you considered selling to the U.S. government? If not, you could be missing out on a tremendous opportunity for growth. Hundreds of agencies operate within the U.S. government that uses...

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An Immediate Funding Source for Government Contracts

Posted on August 15, 2013 in Government Contracts

When your company takes frequent contracts from federal, state or local governments, it usually takes at least 30 to 60 days to get paid for the work. Government contracts are often for a substantial amount of work as well. This means your company...

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Managing the Credit Crunch with Accounts Receivable Lending for Government Contractors

Posted on August 12, 2013 in Government Contracts

The increasing role of accounts receivable lending in the small business and government contractor industry can be attributed in part to tight credit conditions throughout the economy. Banks and traditional lenders are leery of making new loans to...

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