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APRIL IS TAX MONTH, YOUR CONTRACTS SHOULDN’T TAX YOU, TOO

Allen Federal is often asked what we do for our clients.  The easiest response to that question is that we’re professional problem solvers.  Heck, for companies that call us early enough, we’re problem preventers, too.

The fact is that Allen Federal has over 25 years of experience in working with hundreds of companies selling services and products to the feds.  Your government business shouldn’t tax your resources AND you don’t want to write any more checks to the feds than you need to.  From now until April 30th Allen Federal is offering a Tax Season Check-Up.  Get a one, or half-day review of your federal business posture for 15% off the regular price of $2,500.00.  That’s a savings of $375!  A good way to save money and make sure you’re ready for the summer federal buying season.  Contact Allen Federal today at info@allenfederal.com.

LIKE AN INJURED PLAYER, DHS IS “WEEK TO WEEK”

Congress did technically manage to avoid shutting down the Department of Homeland Security late Friday night.  But make no mistake, the damage has already been done.  Similarly, unless Congress manages to pass a longer-term funding measure, contractors can expect that much of DHS will be on a “virtual” shutdown, even if it is technically open.  Read more

SPRING MEANS A NEW CROP OF CONTRACTS TO BID ON/TRACK

With at least half of federal IT spending, and a growing amount of professional service actions, conducted through standing Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, contractors must constantly stay on top of new vehicles on which they, or a partner, should participate.  Several new, or newly revamped, vehicles are about to make their 2015 debut.  Read more

GSA POISED TO RELEASE ALLIANT 2 DRAFT RFP

GSA will release the draft Request for Proposals (RFP) for the second round of its popular Alliant IT vehicle in early March according to GSA officials and Federal News Radio.  Alliant is a major IT vehicle that, between its large and small versions, saw over $3.7 billion in revenue last year.  GSA is expected to standardize Read more