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Whistleblowers & Government Contracts


When the government uses a private company to provide goods and services, it typically does so via a contract. Our government relies on outside companies to provide a number of services and projects, from building roads to providing services related to national security and providing healthcare. 20 more words

Contracting with the government

At the close of 2016, the COBID team will have participated in more than 100 outreach events.

Without fail, the main question we hear from attendees is, “Why should I get certified?” Closely followed by concern that their firm is not in the construction business and, therefore, minimal opportunities exist. 28 more words

Portland Tribune

Secure A Government Contract. Find out how.

At 32, I think it’s best to set on my own.

I should look into securing government contracts.

  1. Try browsing the internet for government contracts. Look for something that suits my strength, desire, demand like technology, renewable energy, consultation.
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Jack Rephan, Esq.

Title: Shareholder
Company: Pender and Coward, P.C.
Location: Virginia Beach, VA United States


  • Inductee, Worldwide Lifetime Achievement (2016)
  • Featured Member, Who’s Who in America, Marquis Who’s Who (1986-2016)
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Government Marketplace – Representing Women-Owned Businesses in the Government Market

Did you know that women-owned businesses have an economic impact of $3 trillion that translates into the creation and/or maintenance of 23 million jobs, or 16 percent of all jobs in the United States? 390 more words

Government Contracts

US Federal Government Contract Agencies

The fastest & easiest way to get the perfect Government Contract. Federal Agencies post their plans for government contracts months (and sometimes years) before they use Fed Biz Opps. 18 more words

Federal Contractor

Jury Awards Millions to Flaster Greenberg Client in Government Contracting Reverse Race Discrimination Case

In case anyone didn’t already know it, a federal court jury sent the message loud and clear yesterday that equal opportunity and anti-discrimination remain the law in government contracting – and protect white-owned corporations as well as minorities against race discrimination. 435 more words

Michael Homans