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20Aug

The Inherent Advantage of the Incumbent

by Steve Lucianetti

When a contract comes up for re-compete, it is a chance for other competitors to win that work. The government has, as we all know, very specific rules for competitions that level the playing field. However, any time you compete for work that has been performed by another contractor, you must recognize the inherent advantage...

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13Aug

Contract Transitions

by Tim Griggs

In federal contracting, there are three key transitions that affect the overall conduct of the contract.  One of the three is internal to the company, and takes place when companies must hire, reallocate, or shift personnel and resources to fulfill the requirements of the new contract.  Since this transition depends so much on the specifics...

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