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Beyond Guam Military Buildup, Hefty Federal Contracts Open to Local Businesses through GSA
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Friday, May 13, 2011

GUAM - Large and small businesses alike can tap into another almost $40 billion annually in federal contracts through the most widely used government contract vehicle—the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).

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Federal Contracting 101: Is Federal Contracting Right For Your Guam Business?
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Thursday, March 03, 2011

GUAM - Local businesses on Guam have a remarkable opportunity to take part in the military buildup through federal contracting. However, for some small businesses, the federal bureaucracy may seem arduous. So it's important to think about whether yours is the kind of business that is well suited to meet the needs of this demanding client. In this installment of Federal Contracting 101, GuamBuildupNews.com helps small businesses assess whether federal contracting is the right fit.

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Federal Contracting 101: Freedom of Information Act Assists Guam Small Businesses with Proposal Writing
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Wednesday, March 02, 2011

GUAM - Small businesses interested in federal contracting have a few obstacles to overcome. Sometimes it's difficult to know where to start or to understand federal rules. But with a little knowledge and ingenuity, small businesses on Guam can bid more easily and successfully for federal contracts. In this installment of Federal Contracting 101, GuamBuildupNews.com discusses how the Freedom of Information Act can help with writing a winning proposal.

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Federal Contracting 101: Joint Ventures Increase Opportunities for Guam Small Business
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Tuesday, March 01, 2011

GUAM - Small businesses may find it challenging to compete for large and complex federal contract projects, but forming a joint venture partnership of other small businesses to better satisfy project requirements may present the opportunity to bid on a wider range of contracts. In the series Federal Contracting 101, GuamBuildupNews.com will explain the federal contracting process to assist small businesses on Guam during the buildup.

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Federal Contracting 101: Doing Business on Guam with the Department of Defense
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Monday, February 28, 2011

GUAM - Doing business with the federal government can seem a daunting task to many small businesses, but federal opportunities are available now more than ever with the Department of Defense's Guam buildup underway. Once a business has established itself as a federal contractor, businesses can enjoy stable work, prompt payments, and well-defined project parameters.  

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Federal Contracting 101: Joint Ventures in Military Buildup Reach Out to Small Business on Guam
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Friday, February 25, 2011

GUAM - As Guam businesses struggle to find their niche in the marketplace during the Department of Defense's buildup and realignment of U.S. forces, GuamBuildupNews.com provides valuable information to small businesses in its multi-part series Federal Contracting 101.  In Volume 8 of this series, small businesses explore opportunities and resources made available to them by some of the biggest contractors of the Guam buildup.

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Federal Contracting 101: Military Contracts Require Guam Businesses to Know the Federal Rulebook (FAR)
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Wednesday, February 23, 2011

GUAM - Doing business with the federal government can be a profitable arrangement, but federal contracting comes with a list of rules known as federal acquisition regulations (FAR) that contracting officials and contractors must follow.

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Federal Contracting 101: More Guam Businesses May Qualify for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Designation
Written by JULIANNE GEIGER   
Tuesday, February 22, 2011

GUAM – The military buildup on Guam offers local businesses a remarkable opportunity to take part in the expansion, yet the federal contracting process often seems unreachable to many small businesses. In Guam, veteran-owned businesses thrive as local retired military personnel branch out into entrepreneurship.

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