Government bodies, just like businesses, have rules for contracting that are based on practical applications. Once you know how things work, you'll find the government markets are easily navigable. Still, what works for one gargantuan federal agency's procurement may be completely ineffectual if you try it with a teeny independent commission. There's a lot to know about the world of government contracting.
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