Federal prime contractors are constantly telling small business to "do your homework." That includes knowing your subcontracting competitors. Here's how to use USASpending.gov to discover who the primes are working with, what the projects are worth…and turn that data into competitive advantage.
Do the federal preferences for small business vanish just at the point where they can do the most good? Most small federal contractors might not care. Here’s why we all should.
Have you noticed? Your best clients today are pointing you toward your strongest prospects in government business. Whether you're looking for your first government contract or your next one, here's a simple way to transform them from customers into champions.
For many companies teaming with another company is the best path to winning a government contract. This interview highlights how teaming allows you to show past performance, gather important certifications and more.
Companies seeking a mentor-protégé relationship with a large federal contractor need past performance to show how the prime will benefit from investing in their success. Hear what to do (and what not to do) from Northrop Grumman. The most successful mentor-protégé partnerships are forged between companies seeking to deepen an established relationship.
Small companies looking to team with large federal contractors must know what they have to offer and be ready with strategic plans and a capabilities statement along with several other key points. Hear this advice directly from TASC.