Warrior Games Help Service Members Recover and Rehabilitate

By Troy Barnes – March 18, 2019 On June 21, the 2019 Warrior Games — a Department of Defense-sponsored adaptive sports competition — will kick off in Tampa Bay, Florida, home of the U.S. Special Operations Command. This nine-day annual competition is designed to assist the recovery of wounded, ill, and injured service members by facilitating their participation in a …

Three Things to Know About Housing Protections for Military Members

By Samir Naqvi – March 11, 2019 Whether you own or rent your home, cash flow problems can sometimes make it tough to meet your housing obligations. For military reservists who are called to active duty, the temporarily lowered paychecks and increased collateral obligations their families may face (like childcare and travel costs) can only add to these challenges. In …

FedBizOpps.gov Gets a Well-Deserved Overhaul

By Troy Barnes – March 4, 2019 If you’ve bid on a government contract, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with (and frustrated by) FedBizOpps.gov or FBO.gov — the federal government’s public-facing contracting database. Experienced government contractors have recently begun expressing their frustration with the website, referring to it as clunky and difficult to navigate. In response to these concerns, the …