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National 8(a) Association 2012 Winter Conference (Update)

If you haven't heard, the National 8(a) Association 2012 Winter Conference is 2/7-8/12 in Florida. We previously posted information about the conference. All  of the details, including the updated agenda, are available on their website: [...]

By | January 6th, 2012|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Proposed DOL regulations for hiring of disabled persons

Affirmative Action and Nondiscrimination Obligations of Contractors and Subcontractors Regarding Individuals With Disabilities   The US Department of Labor issued a News Release about a new rule that would require both Federal contractors and subcontractors [...]

National 8(a) Association 2012 Winter Conference

There are a lot of "associations" that hold themselves to be "experts" in government contracting. In many cases it's true; in others it's not true by any stretch of the imagination. And then you discover [...]

OMB Accelerated Payment Directive

You may have heard that OMB issued a memorandum pertaining to the payment of government contractors.  Gary Honig, our friend and biz associate from Creative Capital Associates, blogged about this on his website, excerpted below. [...]

D2DInc’s guest blog for Sisarina’s Govcon Series

Our business associate (and frequent teaming partner) Sisarina Inc invited us to be a guest blogger for their govcon series. Click here to read our post "Get Your Small Business Up to Par for Government [...]

E-Verify Self Check – The Next Chapter in Employment Eligibility Verification

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services agency announced the launch of E-Verify Self Check. This system is similar to the E-Verify system that is currently available to employers, but this one is for individuals. It [...]

SBA Proposes Increase in Size Standards for Some Industries

This Small Busines Administration press release is regarding the proposed increase in size standards to expand eligibility for Small Business Programs. We recommend that small businesses submit comments on the proposed changes by the May [...]

White House Announces Change to IT Strategy

The White House announced that it will be changing how the government purchases and uses Information Technology. This is welcomed news and is overdue. Government contractors have always known that the IT acquisition process is [...]

Now is the Time to Plan for Inclement Weather

Washington, DC saw record levels of snow in February 2010. The federal government was closed for four days. These two events on their own are daunting situations. Combined, they wreak havoc on government contractors. Kudos [...]

By | November 16th, 2010|Categories: Government Contracting|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Top 4 HR Compliance Issues- Part II

Do it Yourself HR Audit- Top 4 HR Compliance Issues Revisited. Today, let's talk: Harassment and Discriminationand the Fair Labor Standards Act – Exempt and Non-Exempt Classifications. Harassment and discriminationcan be extremely damaging to a [...]

By | November 9th, 2010|Categories: human resources|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Top 4 HR Compliance Issues- Part I

D2DInc invited Patrick Hill, Executive Vice President of Foster Thomas to be our guest blogger. D2DInc will be working with Foster Thomas to provide training classes to government contractors and to ensure our clients have [...]

By | August 31st, 2010|Categories: Business Conduct|0 Comments

Upcoming GWAC & Large IDIQ Contract Templates

Several GWACs and large agency IDIQ contracts are going to be open for bidders within the next few months. D2DInc is creating proposal templates for these opportunities that will be available for sale. Using our [...]

By | February 24th, 2010|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments