10-20-05, 01:59 PM
Not being an american i see myself as rather ignorant when it comes to how USA actually works. I am interested in checking if a company are exactly who they say they are, especially if the company in particular has goverment contracts for certain projects.
I just want to be sure, being the inventor of a very profitable technology i am not leaving anything to the chance.
How would i go about doing this? Is it feasible at all?
10-20-05, 02:02 PM
if its a company on with shares then all their financial information should be available.
10-20-05, 02:29 PM
You could contact the Better Business Bureau.
All government agency bids for goods or services are published in "Commerce Business Daily" the CBD, from the Government Printing Office (GPO). The CBD lists procurements (bid proposals), contract awards, sales of government property, and other special notices. A new edition is published each business day and will contain from 500-1,000 notices. Generally, all federal agencies are required to announce all bid or contract actions amounting to over $25,000 in the CBD. Thus, it is by far the best source of government contract information.