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NCAGE Content Updated July 10, 2019
Are you a foreign entity looking to do business with the U.S. federal government? Then it's time that you get familiar with the NCAGE code. Without it, you will not be able to compete or bid on contracts with the U.S. federal government. So in this post, we're going to cover:
- What does it stand for?
- Why are they required?
- How do you get an NCAGE code?
While most federal contractors run an honest business, the news is saturated with stories about unscrupulous firms defrauding the government in order to win government contracts and grants. While there are many ways for contracting officers to respond to issues with vendors, including civil and criminal prosecution, a major tool at their disposal is Suspension and Debarment.