Just imagine for one second that some or a lot of what you know about government contracting is, well… wrong? There’s a good chance this session might expose that situation. Let’s face it, the further a fact moves away from its source, the likelihood the meaning will change or get lost completely is an everyday occurrence, even in government contracting. Some of the facts being conveyed to many government contracting executives and professionals, have been communicated incorrectly over time (say 15-30 years) if it was passed down at all.
‘What You Don’t Know About Codes and Contracts‘ is one in a series of topics where we take a substantive look at the meaning and use of terms seen and heard everyday in government contracting, but often not in the proper context. Some of it you’ll know while other parts may be a total revelation that impacts how you use this information going forward in your Marketing, Business Development, Capture and Proposal activities. We’re told it makes things more clear and saves time when it comes to making decisions.
This is an online, self-paced activity that includes video lectures, quizzes and reference articles to help drive the points home, factually.
The story behind the graphic below? See if you’ve ever seen, heard or lived this story:
1) Business owner jumps into government contracting with too little or no information about codes and contracts, and 2) the company ends up pursuing opportunities in the dark and 3) spending too much time and money in the process. 4) They don’t achieve the results they expected (as quickly as they expected) 5) and are now completely deflated. 6) Like many companies they don’t change and thing and find themselves stuck on the proverbial hamster wheel getting nowhere.