The most popular articles and topics of 2011
January 2, 2012 by cs
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:
- SBA releases WOSB certification forms and implements repository
- What is a Capabilities Statement and why should I have one?
- FAR Councils issue final rule unveiling a new measure designed to ensure only responsible contractors obtain contract awards
- New SBA rules affect small businesses in significant ways
- What is a “Sources Sought”? Here’s the answer!
- What’s an “elevator speech”? And why you need one!
- The 2 most important parts of a gov’t solicitation — and why you should pay attention to them
- 14 Tips for Attending a Government Expo or Trade Show
- Find Davis-Bacon in federal construction contracts, not in a supermarket
- Top 100 government contractors list can be instructive
- SBA planning to add vets, women and HUBZone firms to mentor-protégé program
- Contracting Academy schedules 7 courses 16 times in 2012 — registration now open
- 7 keys to winning more business in today’s market
- Professional ed contracting courses save time and money
- OMB urges agencies to pay small business contracts faster
Most Popular Topics of 2011:
- NIGP codes
- government contract training
- woman-owned business
- federal contracting
- minority-owned business
- NAICS codes
- service disabled veteran-owned small business
- bid proposal
- small business
- bid protest
- government contracting
- Davis-Bacon Act
- capabilities statement
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!