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Is Your Firm’s Cybersecurity Certifiable? If Not, Don’t Count on Winning DoD Contracts!

The current Department of Defense (DoD) cybersecurity rule, reflected in DFARS 252.204-7012,... more
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Contractors Beware! Changes Coming to Buy American Act Thresholds

The Buy American Act, as the name implies, establishes a preference for American-made products in... more
Sep 19
Upcoming Event

Gaining a Competitive Edge: Indirect Rates Executive Luncheon

As a government contractor, you need to stay competitive while watching your bottom line. With the... more
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DoD Expands Opportunities for Quick Closeouts

Contractors with flexibly-priced contracts typically endure a lengthy and costly closeout process... more
Past Speaking Engagement

Tom Marcinko Hosted a Webinar on Contractor Purchasing System Reviews

Tom Marcinko, a principal consultant in Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group, hosted a... more
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Can a Woman Who Lacks Experience Control a Small Business Concern?

The Small Business Administration (SBA) recently said “no,” overturning a set-aside award to a... more
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The Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR) – What You Should Know

An adequate contractor purchasing system (CPSR) is one designed to ensure that purchases are made... more
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Tom Marcinko Interviewed on Podcast on How the Government is Changing the Way It Buys Commercial Items

Growth Masters Federal: Thinking, Planning and Collaborating to Win Government Contracts published... more
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Deal Reached to Re-Open the Government for Three Weeks

President Trump announced this afternoon that he has agreed to a deal with Congress to fund the... more
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Minimum Wage for Covered Government (SCA) Contractors Increased to $10.60

Effective January 1, 2019, the minimum wage for certain federal contractors increased from $10.35... more