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Sunday, September 20, 2015

New bid opportunity – bid bonds


One of the great things about surety bonds is that they allow you to get more business because you can qualify for substantially more jobs.  In addition, these jobs are typically very lucrative as the government wants to make sure that its contractors are able to make a profit (and therefore, stay in business which includes staying around to get more bond jobs.  Below we have an article on a bid bond that can help you get more work.  See more at the article below.See our WordPress page here.See our Facebook page here.http://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2015/09/silver_spring_township_supervi_47.htmlSilver Spring Township supervisors to vote on conservation easement purchase, surety bond for transformer transportThe Silver Spring Township Board of Supervisors plans to vote on a surety bond for any potential damage caused by the transportation of a PPL transformer through the township, at a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. today at the administrative building, 8 Flowers Drive.The ag
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Friday, September 11, 2015

Government Contracting and Bid Bonds


Below is a great article on a bid bond and how that works.  It talks about the ban from government contracting and the bid bond process.  Specifically, it talks about how the winning bidder must act and how the bid bond works for suppliers, vendors, etc.See more at the article below.See our Twitter page here.See our Delicious page here.Hundreds of crooks snagged Katrina-relief moneyThe period of limitation with respect to ban from bidding government contract and recovery of the refunded or returned bid bond Where a procuring entity finds that a supplier meets one of the circumstances prescribed in Article 101 of the Government Procurement Act, the entity shall publish the name of the supplier and the relevant circumstance on the Government Procurement Gazette, which prohibits the supplier from participating in tendering, or being awarded or sub-contracted, within one year or three years (usually called ban from bidding government contract ). Since the Government Procurement Act doe
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