What is Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)?

The Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) is a substantial and complex set of rules defining the federal government’s purchasing process with suppliers. Selling to the government can be a great way to grow your small business, but it can be intimidating. eCapital understands the FAR and specializes in Government Receivable Funding and can help you grow your business through sales to government entities. View a full list of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies.

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Using Government Contractor Financing to Bridge Cash Flow Gaps

Using Government Contractor Financing to Bridge Cash Flow Gaps

The U.S. Federal Government is the world’s largest enterprise and is the single largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. The market is worth…
The Advantages of

The Advantages of "One Stop” Purchase Order and Accounts Receivable Financing

Most commercial financial transactions follow a well-established process:  A transaction starts with a purchase order, an electronic or paper document issued by the Buyer detailing the…
Using Accounts Receivable Financing for the Liquidity

Using Accounts Receivable Financing for the Liquidity

When running your business, a cash shortage can be a nightmare. You must pay bills, pay staff and order the goods that keep your business…

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