Archive for April, 2015

Government Contracting, The Final Preliminary Steps (Part VI)

So, now you have completed some initial steps, now what? In the previous five articles, we have talked about the initial steps. Doing the basic things required to be eligible for any kind of government contract which described as federal, state, agency, municipal, or large business. Now, the next step is how do you find […]

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Government Contracting (Part V) – Diverse Certifications

In the last blog we covered Federal and State Certifications. Just to clarify, by certification, we mean that there is a 3rd party that evaluates your business for what you say it is. If you claim to be a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), then the CVE (Center for Veterans Enterprise) is going […]

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Government Contracting Part IV – Certifications

Getting Started by getting Certified (Part IV) In the last blog, we helped you get registered with the federal government and the State of California. If you are not in California, just look up doing business with your state and it should take you right there and provide the instructions on how to register. If […]

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You’ve Started your Government Contracting Business Model, now what? Part III

Getting Started (Part III) Last time we explored whether government contracting was good for your business and we looked at each of the markets. Once we determined we had what it took, we looked into each entity of the government to see if they bought what we sold. In most cases, that answer is going […]

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How Do I Start, and What Do I Do to Become a Government Contractor? Part II

How do I Start? Contracting from Start to Finish (Part II) Last post we discussed the pros and cons of entering the mysterious world of government contracting, so if you are reading this, you are probably ready to go to the next step. So, the next step is to decide what level of contracting you […]

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How do I start and what do I do if I want to become a Government Contractor?

Contracting from start to finish (Part I) Many business owners get intimidated when they hear the word government contracting. And yes, its true, if you want to do government contracting, your company needs to be in good shape financially, your processes need to be well defined, and your company needs to be operationally sound. But, […]

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$75,000 VA contract awarded Aug 2016 to ODG

MRS OSHA Safety wins Training Award with the Riverside Superior Court

Daly Works wins Courier Service Award with St. Louis VA

Hoffman Management Construction Company wins building award with California Water Service Company


PJ Cephas wins Cal Water Service Company Painting Contract


BP Telco wins Los Angeles Veterans Home award


Best Medical Enterprises wins LA Veteran Home Medical Diagnostic Service Award


OC Medical wins LA Veteran Home Medical Supply Contract


Dorman PSI awarded multi-year, million dollar contract


LaChaine & Associates awarded multi-year contract


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His tenacious commitment and service to veteran businesses were evident when he engaged the LAUSD Facilities Services Contract Division and Small Business Enterprise team to introduce his clients as qualified potential contractors.

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