The most popular articles and topics of 2011

January 2, 2012 by

You probably already know that the GTPAC web site is a great place to pick-up tips and insights about how to do business with the government.  We thought it would be interesting to compile a list of the news items and topics that visitors to the GTPAC web site read most often in 2011.

Below is a list of the stories, and all are hyperlinked so you can read them again or catch-up on what you may have missed.

Following the list of articles, we also list the most popular topics of 2011.

Most Popular Articles of 2011:

  1. SBA releases WOSB certification forms and implements repository
  2. What is a Capabilities Statement and why should I have one?
  3. FAR Councils issue final rule unveiling a new measure designed to ensure only responsible contractors obtain contract awards
  4. New SBA rules affect small businesses in significant ways
  5. What is a “Sources Sought”?  Here’s the answer!
  6. What’s an “elevator speech”?  And why you need one!
  7. The 2 most important parts of a gov’t solicitation — and why you should pay attention to them
  8. 14 Tips for Attending a Government Expo or Trade Show
  9. Find Davis-Bacon in federal construction contracts, not in a supermarket
  10. Top 100 government contractors list can be instructive
  11. SBA planning to add vets, women and HUBZone firms to mentor-protégé program
  12. Contracting Academy schedules 7 courses 16 times in 2012 — registration now open
  13. 7 keys to winning more business in today’s market
  14. Professional ed contracting courses save time and money
  15. OMB urges agencies to pay small business contracts faster

Most Popular Topics of 2011:

  1. NIGP codes
  2. HUBZone
  3. government contract training
  4. woman-owned business
  5. federal contracting
  6. minority-owned business
  7. NAICS codes
  8. service disabled veteran-owned small business
  9. bid proposal
  10. small business
  11. bid protest
  12. government contracting
  13. Davis-Bacon Act
  14. capabilities statement
  15. fraud

Keep visiting the GTPAC web site every day so you can stay up-to-date on all the latest developments involving government contracting.  Also, remember you can follow us on Twitter!

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