Category: Business Monthly

The Time to Innovate is Now

The sour economy is affecting all of us. The stock market has been in a funk for a year, inflation is rampant, and the COVID-19 pandemic has left the supply chain in sputtering disarray. Then consider China’s pandemic lockdown, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Federal Reserve’s plan to tightening the proverbial money belt and... Read More

Inflationary Impacts on Contracting

Feds Addressing Inflationary Impacts, Possible Actions By Gloria Larkin Who remembers what the acronym WIN meant back in the 1970s? Those of you who recall that the letters stood for Whip Inflation Now, a grassroots effort that was supported by President Gerald Ford, can go straight to the trivia bonus round. While that effort was... Read More

SBA Expands Eligibility for WOSB Program

This month brings good news for Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs): The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering new information designed to enhance opportunities for that segment of the federal contracting market. The data is from a new program that identifies a greater number of industries that are eligible industries for the WOSB Federal Contracting Program,... Read More