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 +**News August 2019**
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 +fbo.gov continues to be the definitive site for finding out about federal business contracting opportunities for businesses of all sizes. There is currently a notice up that this website will be transitioning to the beta site SAM.gov in November of this year (2019). Though the transition has not yet occurred you can currently visit the new site to get familiar with some new features. There is no fee to register with SAM.gov and they are currently warning that you might receive a phone call from some company offering to help you register — for a fee of course — but do not fall for this. These are scams calls and you do not need assistance or to pay a fee to register on the new site SAM.gov. And be sure to note the requirement that registered users change their passwords every 90 days or they will disable your account. Fortunately users do receive an email notifying them when it is time to change their password.. And there are
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 +So changes are coming up and they will be good ones — and in the meantime as of our last check there are currently over 35,600 federal opportunities . Remember, you do not have to be a big business to get federal contracts. In fact they have an emphasis on working with small businesses and currently list over 100 small business events that could interest you and increase your business opportunities.
Did you know that as of this writing (July 2018) you can still get information here about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the opportunities which remain based funded projects? It's not all super high tech or scientific either -- opportunities we saw ranged from Storm Reduction in Myrtle Beach to a request from the Army Office of Religious Support for a chapel musician. This opportunity is for Protestant services -- and they even list the schedule for the services so you can see if it works for you. The government even makes it pretty easy to do a search for these opportunities. Did you know that as of this writing (July 2018) you can still get information here about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the opportunities which remain based funded projects? It's not all super high tech or scientific either -- opportunities we saw ranged from Storm Reduction in Myrtle Beach to a request from the Army Office of Religious Support for a chapel musician. This opportunity is for Protestant services -- and they even list the schedule for the services so you can see if it works for you. The government even makes it pretty easy to do a search for these opportunities.
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