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The latest news, views, and resources for small businesses serving the federal, state, and local public sectors.

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Small businesses involved in government contracting must protect themselves from "prime shutouts" to ensure they get to perform on the contract.
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What's ahead and how can you position your company for a Republican congress and house of representative, and a Democratic executive office?
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Opportunity could be knocking if you're open to prospects in government contracting. Here are tips to help your small business get a piece of the pie.
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Many small business owners believe doing business with the government is complicated -- but, in fact, the government operates similarly to many corporate clients.
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President Obama wants to double U.S. exports by 2015, and the federal government is ready to assist U.S. business in expanding into overseas markets. Learn how your business can benefit.
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Filed In: Government and Industries
Whatever your opinion of the federal government, we can all agree it's a huge, money-spending machine -- and savvy businesses find ways to get a chunk of their tax dollars back.
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New incentives give small businesses more reason than ever to hire skilled veterans returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan.
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A program that includes $1 billion in cash targets startup companies, but existing small businesses are less likely to benefit from the funding.
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By Don Sadler |  Filed In: Taxes and Finance
Cyber-thieves have taken notice of the booming popularity of online tax filing, and they're working overtime to intercept and steal sensitive information.
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John Arenmeyer
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The credit crunch is killing small businesses. If we're serious about creating jobs, we need to get serious about solving this problem.
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What's worse than people who don't pay taxes whining about their taxes being too high? The damage they're doing to the nation's credit.
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David Hennessy
The past decade of fear and anxiety seems to be giving way to a new era of anger over the state of our country. What does this mean for your small business?
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Here's a question for you: What is the return on investment (ROI) of being the target of a huge protest?
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Before investing your time and your hard-earned money working out of your own home for a company, any company, do some sleuth work to make sure that the opportunity is a good one.
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Before investing your time and your hard-earned money working out of your own home for a company, any company, do some sleuth work to make sure that the opportunity is a good one.
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Keith Girard
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It would be disastrous for Congress to use the solar company's failure as justification for abolishing or curtailing government-backed loans for startups.
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Matthew McKenzie
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The Postal Service is bleeding money and losing business. A ridiculous new ad campaign certainly won't help.
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Rieva Lesonsky
Two recent surveys of small business owner optimism seem to tell competing stories. So how are you feeling about what's in store for you and your business?
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Rieva Lesonsky
Two recent surveys of small business owner optimism seem to tell competing stories. So how are you feeling about what's in store for you and your business?
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Sam Thacker
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President Obama intends to introduce seven new regulations that could each cost over a $1B a year. The question now is whether small businesses can afford them.
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Definitions for: Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB)
Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB)

organization that formulates accounting standards for governmental units. It is under the auspices of the Financial Accounting Foundation and replaced the National Council on Government Accounting.

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