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Issue Impacting Contracting Landscape for 2008

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 For government contractors, the fact is that most Federal agencies have the first real budget they have had in years. The 2nd quarter of the fiscal year usually opens the competition season, and this year the gates have swung wide open. The Griffin Method feels that there is good news for government contracts during 2008. The 2008 federal budgets passed last month show significant increases in funding for many programs. Pent-up demand from having functioned under continuing resolutions for 2007 has allowed many agencies to launch procurement activities rapidly across a broad scope of government projects. New rules from SBA and Congress are creating significant new opportunities for small business.

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