Tag Archives: fringe benefits

You Just Won Your First Government Contract. Now What?

A common question that arises when speaking with contractors around the country: “Now that we’ve won this contract, what should we do next?” Let’s take a look at the factors that should be considered after a successful bid to ensure … Continue reading

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Fringe Benefits and Federal Services Contracts – Why Are They So Important?

Earlier this month, The Boon Group attended the National 8(a) Association Summer Conference in Anchorage, Alaska, where our Director of Sales, Taylor Boon, was a featured speaker. Below is an excerpt from his talk, “Fringe Benefits and Federal Services Contracts … Continue reading

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Senators: Model Government Contractors Offer Health and Welfare Benefits

On May 15, 18 senators sent a letter to President Obama calling for changes to federal contracting to make the federal government a “model employer.” In the letter, the senators urge the president to encourage contractors to “create middle class … Continue reading

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