(This article originally appeared in the Association of Software Professionals newsletter, in February 2009). Re-usable code is a key component of any developer’s toolkit, and creating and owning re-usable code is a critical step in the process of creating a profitable software development business. Whether the code consists of web-site management scripts, “black box” modules […]
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We get calls all the time from people and companies interested in registering for the Federal 8(a) Business Development program. Here are some of the most common questions about the 8(a) program. These are just some of the things you have to think about when looking to get 8(a) Certified, but they are some of […]
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We regularly take calls from people and companies that are interested in registering in the HUBZone program. Believe it or not, it’s the simplest of the Socio-Economic set asides in principle. Well, maybe the Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) designation is simpler. Are you a woman? Do you own and operate the company? Prove it […]
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This past Monday Judge Crone of the U.S. Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted a nationwide Temporary Restraining Order prohibiting the OMB or the Department of Labor from beginning enforcement of most of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Regulations that were scheduled to go into effect on Tuesday. This means that the […]
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Starting October 1, and ending whenever Congress passes the 2017 NDAA, you can no longer protest civilian agency task orders, no matter the value, except in very limited circumstances that almost never occur. WHAT? It’s conventional wisdom that you can’t protest task order awards under $10M, but you can protest task order awards over $10M. […]
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Randolph Law is a full service law firm specializing in business law, representing government contractors, intellectual property, and dispute representation. Randolph Law was founded in 2009 by Christopher Randolph Shiplett and has since represented numerous clients in the Eastern District of Virginia, various local circuit and general district courts in Virginia, the Armed Services and Civilian Boards of Contract Appeals, and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.