Companies that have a plan and do their homework will always be the most successful at events like the Government Procurement Conference.
The federal government has a budget this year – big change from 2013! What that means for this year’s Government Procurement Conference.
As a pilot, a go/no go decision is crucial for a safe arrival. For federal contractors, the same process can help you fly clear of business disasters.
While you can’t change your past performance, you can ensure that the US government gives first consideration to your very best work.
In this declining federal market, both incumbents and new contractors will have to focus their marketing more tightly than ever before.
Federal contracting offers plenty of opportunity for companies of all sizes and industries…if some careful thinking up front suggests that the effort would be worthwhile.
Inspired by a guest post I wrote for Bill Jaffe’s blog, here are the five most important steps to take before you make a bid on a federal contract.
Learn how Amber Peebles leveraged business community networks, building Athena Construction Group's federal wins to nearly $10 million in prime contracts, and many more in subcontracts, since 2009.