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EVENT: Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™ Bootcamp 11/2 and 11/3 in McLean, VA

Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™ Bootcamp is a comprehensive and immersive learning experience for executives, professionals and administrative staff responsible for identifying, qualifying, pursuing and winning federal contracts and subcontracts. Based on proven processes and decades of practical experience and expertise, this program exists solely to empower these individuals with essential knowledge and skills to help them … Continue reading

EVENT: Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™ Bootcamp 10/26 and 10/27 in Chevy Chase, MD

Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™ Bootcamp is a comprehensive and immersive learning experience for executives, professionals and administrative staff responsible for identifying, qualifying, pursuing and winning federal contracts and subcontracts. Based on proven processes and decades of practical experience and expertise, this program exists solely to empower these individuals with essential knowledge and skills to help them … Continue reading

‘Achieving an Information [To Win™] Advantage in Government Contracting!’ at USDOE’17

Small Business Spending More – What About Winning? | Founders’ Weekly Update

American Express OPEN says small businesses pursuing federal contracts have increased their pursuit spend by 72%. Those not increasing their ability to achieve an information advantage, probably received the same ROI as flushing those dollars down a toilet. Continue reading

Ask @GovConGuy – ‘How Do I Get PSC Codes for My Business?’

Before the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) was adopted for use in government contracting, two other classification systems were in use. One of these remains a key identifier used in contracting and procurement today. In fact, this all but unknown classification system is part of the taxonomy used by DoD in its Better Buying Power initiative. Continue reading

How ‘What You Don’t Know’ Can Cost You (Literally).

Moving forward without understanding the meaning and use of references to procurement classification systems and the various contracts and agreements used by civilian, defense and intelligence agencies, can be expensive and demoralizing. Continue reading

Information To Win™ for Midwest Government Contractors 8/24

On 8/24 in Des Moines, we’re going to cover a lot of ground in 4 hours during a Mini CI Bootcamp hosted by our friends at CIRAS. Continue reading

WEBINAR 9/23: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You! presented by OCC OMWI

Guy will discuss how not understanding the meaning of classifications, awards and indefinite delivery vehicle types used by Government agencies, can and will increase the level of effort required to find contracting opportunities, delay the discovery of viable opportunities and decrease the odds of winning those opportunities when they are found. Continue reading

Another Reason to Enlist in Competitive Intelligence Bootcamp™

CI Bootcamp provides real-time education, context and results for companies competing for contracts and subcontracts in support of federal civilian, defense and intelligence agencies. Continue reading

From Confident to Not Competitive in Minutes

If being as competitive as possible at all times is important, what are you doing to ensure the effectiveness of decision-making for your company? Continue reading