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Help us write FAQs for small business issues

FCW later this summer will have our regular small business buyers guide. We are trying something a bit different this year. Typically, the buyers guides have been filled with many charts about who is on what contracts and what products and services they offer. This year, we're putting most of that information online. In print, we will feature a series of FAQs (frequently asked questions) about government contracting and small businesses. In fact, we'll have three of them -- one asking questions for agencies... one asking questions for small businesses... and one of questions for medium and large businesses.

So... we have pulled together the questions... but are we missing anything.

You can see the draft list of questions here. I'd love to know if there is anything else we should include.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jul 17, 2007 at 12:16 PM


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