SBA says government beat small business contracting goal for 2nd consecutive year

The federal government awarded 25 percent of its prime contracting dollars to small businesses in fiscal 2014, according to the Small Business Administration (SBA).

SBA logoThat marks the second consecutive year that federal agencies have met the government’s 23 percent small business contracting goal, something rarely achieved in the past.

There are some caveats: some contracts, such as contracts awarded for overseas work, are excluded from the base of contracts considered in this goal report. If they were included, the small business share of total contracts likely would be lower. Plus, there are bound to be cases where contracts that were awarded to large businesses were mistakenly counted as small business contracts.

Keep reading this article at: http://www.bizjournals.com/bizjournals/washingtonbureau/2015/06/sba-says-government-beat-small-business.html

Here are the Georgia businesses who won federal contracts in June 2015

Ever wonder who’s winning federal contracts in Georgia?

Wouldn’t this information be helpful if you are looking for subcontracting prospects?  Or when you’re trying to figure out who your competitors are?  Or when considering who might be a good partner on an upcoming bid proposal?

Federal Contract Award Winners in GeorgiaEach month, the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC) compiles and publishes a list of federal contracts awarded to Georgia businesses.  The list comes complete with point-of-contact information on the awardees, the name of the awarding agency, the dollar value of the contract, and much more.

Download details on Georgia federal contract award winners for June 2015 right here: FEDERAL CONTRACT AWARDS IN GEORGIA – JUNE 2015

Georgia contract award winners who won federal contracts in the first three months of 2015 are listed below:

To see award winners in Calendar Year 2014, see: http://gtpac.org/2015/01/here-are-the-georgia-companies-who-won-federal-contracts-in-2014 

Prime contractors holding small business outreach event in Savannah on Aug. 19

Two large prime contractors are conducting an outreach event entitled “How To Do Business with a Large Prime Contractor” on August 19, 2015 in Savannah, GA.

Great Lakes

Tetra TechThe contractors sponsoring this event are Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company, LLC and Tetra Tech.  The event is being held at the Savannah Civic Center from 8:30 am until noon.

This event is free to attend, but requires advance registration.

If you are interested, you may see the program at: Savannah Small Business Program 2015Aug19

The Registration form is here: Savannah Small Business Outreach Registration Aug 19 2015