Year in Review: Top SmallGovCon Posts of 2023

Happy New Year to our SmallGovCon readers! While we have already posted some updates from 2024, it’s a good time to reflect on the important posts from 2023.

This post revisits those blog posts from 2023 that were the most popular. Below, we summarize the blogs written in 2023 that were the most popular as well as the perennial favorites from years past that were the most viewed in 2023. It’s a good chance to look back on the important articles from 2023, and those topics of continuing interest to federal contractors.

Here are the top 10 blog posts that were posted in 2023. As usual, our readers were interested in changes to SBA’s rules, including changes to the 8(a) Program and the social disadvantage requirement, as well as our Back to Basics series focusing on issues such as teaming agreements, debriefings, and SAM registration.

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Conference Announcement: ICBS Show, Oklahoma City, October 23-25, 2023

The Indian Country Business Summit (ICBS) is hosting its annual “Diversity in Government Contracting” ICBSSHOW in Oklahoma City this month. And our very own equity partner, Nicole Pottroff, will be attending and presenting on this year’s federal contracting legal updates. So, please stop by our table to say hello.

The ICBSSHOW offers informational sessions featuring experts in government procurement, connection and networking opportunities, and a day of matchmaking to introduce you and your business to government decision makers. It also provides invaluable access to government agency buyers and policy leaders, prime contractors, and tribal procurement representatives looking to expand their vendor pools.

UTSA Apex Accelerator Webinar: Government Contracts Legal Update 2023, February 21, 2023, 10:00-11:30am CST

The government contracting legal landscape has gone through many important changes in 2022 and the first part of 2023, including new small business rules, SDVOSB certification requirements, recent domestic preference changes under the Buy American Act, and much more.  In this session we will provide a comprehensive update on the most important government contracting legal changes. This is a “no-cost” Training.  Register here.