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United States begins dropping drastic proposals at NAFTA talks, say more are coming

The United States has begun dropping its bombshell proposals at the negotiating table in NAFTA talks, which are now entering their most difficult phase.

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Impact of Chinese Ownership of a Major Distributor on Federal Contractors

As of December 2016, the IT distributor Ingram Micro is now part of fast-growing $30 billion Chinese conglomerate, HNA Group.  A large number of small businesses doing business with the federal government, especially those participating in one or more GWACs, might be concerned with this change of ownership of a vendor that they may be using. 517 more words

Government Contracts

Task #304 made in the USA or second hand for 365 days

I’m 2.5 weeks into my biggest challenge so far! I thought I would be spending more by purchasing domestic, but I’m spending less by shopping so deliberately. 501 more words


Murphy: Database would help U.S. companies compete for federal contracts

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., wants to make it easier for U.S. manufacturers to find out when federal agencies pick a foreign company to make a part that they say isn’t available domestically. 48 more words


What does buy local even mean?

Kevin Williamson:buy local,

One of the great enduring stupidities of modern economic life is the belief that buying American is somehow beneficial to the United States as a whole. 174 more words


The Buy American Act: New focus on government contract compliance

On April 18, 2017, President Trump issued an Executive Order1 requiring that every government agency “…scrupulously monitor, enforce, and comply with Buy American Laws… and minimize the use of waivers, consistent with applicable law.” 1,234 more words


Making News: Coming up on The Laura Ingraham Show - & More!

I’m pleased to announce that my appearance on Laura Ingraham’s nationally syndicated radio show has been rescheduled for 10:15 AM EST today.  Click here to listen live to what’s sure to be a (desperately needed) outside-the-box discussion of the North Korea crisis.   89 more words