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Making a Claim against a Payment Bond Posted by a General Contractor or Sub-Contractor

In construction projects that are performed either on behalf of a municipality or a state agency, a general contractor and potentially a sub-contractor are typically required to post payment and/or performance bonds with the county or municipality. 433 more words


HARRIS CORPORATION: Maker of Stingray Spy Tech Awarded More than $430-Million in Government Contracts in August

By Cheri Roberts of Challenging the Rhetoric and Cheri Speak 

Harris Corporation, maker of the now cat-out-of-the-bag “secret” cell-phone spying device known as, Stingray, has a huge client in the United States Government raking in millions upon million in contracts. 249 more words


Doing business with the Government: Step Zero.

Your business can’t even bid on a federal government contract without registration with the “System for Award Management.” This registration can be done entirely on-line at… 137 more words

Government Contracting

Back at it... and more on the benefits of the Mentor-Protege Program

We’ve been quiet here at the FedNewsFeed, but I’ve been monitoring news and haven’t seen many ground breaking articles recently.  This piece about the SBA Mentor-Protege program is a general overview of how larger companies like Lockheed Martin call on smaller companies for their specialized experience.   117 more words


Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich: We call on you to publish government contracts!

Why this is important

Government transparency is key as is accountability to its citizenry.

The Kenyan government is signing off on a lot of deals with both local and international companies but the public, to whom the government is accountable, has no clue whatsoever as to what entails these contracts. 131 more words

A tale told about idiots, full of sound and fury, signifying plenty

Arms and the Dudes: How Three Stoners from Miami Beach Became the Most Unlikely Gunrunners in History, by Guy Lawson. Simon & Schuster. 288 pages. 457 more words

Authors And Books

Proposed Labor Violation Reporting Rules Target Government Contractors

Proposal makes agency allegations of employment law violations reportable events that could result in denial of federal contracts or termination of existing contracts.

Executive Order 13673 (the Order), signed by… 1,569 more words

Labor & Employment