Post Tagged with: "government"

The Job Divide and What to Do: “College Grads Expand Lead in Job Security”

The Wall Street Journal’s front page article “College Grads Expand Lead in Job Security” (Monday, September 20, 2010) is juxtaposed against another head line “Bond Markets Get Riskier.” The issues are fundamental: security versus Risk and education versus unemployment. But, even more basic is my belief that all life is an investment of your time, […]

10 Steps to Economic and Educational Success: Facing Reality versus the Fairness Myth

Here’s what the country faces: The confusion of do gooding and fairness with achievement and success. What ails the US economy and its education system is the constant desire to rationalize the idea of equal outcome. By the nature of being human, you will always have a pecking order. Some will succeed more than others. […]

Steps to preparing for the GSA on-site Contractor Assistance Review and Visit

Now that you secured a government contract and are a partner with the GSA awards schedule team, you need to prepare for the annual or bi-annual on-site contractor assistance review and visit from one of their agents (commonly called an Industrial Operations Analyst). This is a standard procedure for any business that has been granted a government contract. The federal government performs these

Government Contracts Available to Small Businesses

Contrary to what many believe, there are different types of government contracts. Many advertisements encourage you to apply to get a governement contract, but upon viewing the U.S. government web portal, you will soon find variety of different avenues to take to apply for and win a contract from the government. But before you start

Steps to government regulation

Government regulations of small and big companies must be adhered to so as to ensure its continuity and to ensure solidity of business. It is advisable for companies to familiarize themselves with the applicable regulations, such as Sarbanes-Oxley, and to hire someone to advise them. These government regulations include:


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