Insights and Trends

Do you Know your State Government’s Fiscal Year?

Do you Know your State Government’s Fiscal Year?

The Federal government fiscal year runs from October 1 through September 30 of the next year. Most states do not follow the Federal fiscal year. In fact, only Alabama and Michigan have the same fiscal year schedule as the Federal Government. Along with different fiscal year schedules, several states have enacted a biennial budget. Knowing your...

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FY22 is in Full Swing – 3 Things Government Contractors Need to do Now

FY22 is in Full Swing – 3 Things Government Contractors Need to do Now

The landscape of government contracting is always changing. Every year, changes and modifications are made to regulations that government contractors need to meet to be eligible. FY22 is no different. As you know, BC2Match helps you find contracting opportunities for Federal, State, and Local, but that is just one piece of the puzzle. Government...

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935 New Government Contract Opportunities and Growing

935 New Government Contract Opportunities and Growing

No matter what is happening in the US, the government needs the help of contractors. Therefore, government contract opportunities continue to rise. Each day, the government releases new opportunities. According to sam.gov and as of August 18th, 935 new opportunities have become available, and the number continues to grow.  You are entering into...

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Making it easier to find State and Local Government Contract Opportunities

Making it easier to find State and Local Government Contract Opportunities

Finding State, Local and Education (SLED) contract opportunities are not easy. It doesn’t matter if you are a contractor or a supplier, you deal with the same problem – looking for the needle in the haystack. Opportunities are all around, yet it is difficult to find them unless you look in exactly the right place. To alleviate this pain, SLED...

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3 Government Contractor Trends Coming out of COVID

3 Government Contractor Trends Coming out of COVID

We are entering the 4th quarter of government contracts in the 2020-2021 fiscal year. Government spending is not slowing down, but we are seeing new trends emerging in the way government contractors position themselves to win contracts. Here are three trends. Building teams remotely Although the country is opening up again and people are starting...

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