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This bonus presentation is for the use of students who purchased the Grabbing Government Gold Home Study program. …

This bonus presentation is for the use of students who purchased the Grabbing Government Gold Home Study program.

It is a walk-through of the action steps needed to ensure you are "in the game" and positioned to take advantage of federal government contracting opportunities.

Should you wish to acquire the home study program simply send an e-mail for details.

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  • Welcome
  • Effective October 1, 2010, there are new thresholds in Federal acquisitions. The major ones are:1. The simplified acquisition threshold is increased from $100,000 to $150,000. This impacts many areas of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).Simplified procedures (small purchases) can now be done up to $150,000.Small business set asides will be mandatory for acquisitions under $150,000 instead of $100,000 (excluding those under $3,000 or on a GSA Schedule).Various contract clauses that are not applicable below the simplified acquisition threshold will no longer apply to contracts until they exceed $150,000.2. Commercial item test program ceiling is increased from $5.5 to $6.5 million. This allows for streamlined procedures such as the combined RFQ/announcement in Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) for commercial items up to $6.5 million.3. Cost and pricing data threshold is increased from $650,000 to $700,000. Certified cost and pricing data will not be required until the contract or modification exceeds $700,000.4. Subcontracting plan requirements threshold is increased from $550,000 to $650,000, with construction increasing from $1 million to $1.5 million. Large businesses will not need to do a subcontracting plan until the contract exceeds the new thresholds and will not have to require their own large subcontractors to do one until then either. Final rule with all of the changes: http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/pdf/2010-21025.pdfThings to Do Now:If you are a small business, look for increasing opportunities in open market purchases up to $150,000. The government can use streamlined procedures and must set aside these purchases for small businesses. If your items are not yet on a GSA Schedule contract, there is now more flexibility for the government to make the purchase.If you sell commercial items that are not yet on a GSA Schedule contract, look for more opportunities in the FedBizOpps under the special authority. They can now make simplified purchases up to $6.5 million.To expand the government’s ability to access your products without worrying about the new thresholds, you can get your items on a GSA Schedule contract.
- Locate partners now such as Technical Communities who will act for you in the market.
- Make sure they have full access to the products or services that are in demand for the government markets.
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    • 1. Transformational Thinker
      Government Supply Specialist
      Stephen Libmanstephen@stephenlibman.com
      Government contracting
      Quick Start Walk-Through
    • 2. Government Contracting
      Quick Start Walk-Through
    • 3. CHECKLIST
      CCR, ORCA Registration
      Small Business Dynamic Search
      Capability Statement
      Marketing Agencies and Primes
      Finding the Right Opportunities
    • 4. REGISTRATION
    • D-U-N-S
      http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform
    • 9. CCR
      http://www.ccr.gov
    • 10. ORCA
      https://orca.bpn.gov/
    • 11. NAICS
      Codes
      http://www.census.gov/naics
      http://www.naics.com/search.htm
      Size Standards
      http://www.sba.gov
    • 12. Past Performance
      http://www.openratings.com
    • 13. Dynamic Small Business Search
      • Identification, Location & Contacts
      • 14. Organization, Ownership & Certifications
      • 15. Products & Services
      • 16. Export Profile
      • 17. Performance History
    • Capability Statement
      • Logo, Company Name, Slogan
      • 18. DUNS, CAGE CODE
      • 19. ORCA Registered
      • 20. Small Business Classification
      • 21. NAICS Codes (primary/secondary)
      • 22. SIC, PSC, FSC
      • 23. Contact Info
      • 24. Payment Acceptance
      • 25. Summary, USP
      • 26. Product and/or Service Description
      • 27. Capabilities
      • 28. Past Performance
    • Marketing
      BASICS
    • Marketing
      ADVANCED
      • USA Spending
      • 33. http://www.usaspending.gov
      • 34. OSDBU/SADBU
      • 35. http://www.osdbu.gov
      • 36. http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/
      • 37. Prime Contractor Registration
    • The Opportunities
      Micro-Purchase
      Simplified Acquisition Process
      Sealed Bids
      Contract Negotiations
      GSA
    • 38. The Strategies
      Micro-Purchase & Simplified Acquisition
      FBO
      • Sources Sought, Pre-Solicitation, RFI Alerts
      Fedbid
      • http://www.fedbid.com
      Forecast
      • Agency OSDBU/SADBU website
      Other Resources
      • FindRFP, Sub-Net and more…
    • Your Next Steps…
    • 39. Government Contracting
      Quick Start Walk-Through
    • 40. Transformational Thinker
      Government Supply Specialist
      Stephen Libmanstephen@stephenlibman.com
      http://gov.stephenlibman.com