Just imagine for one second that some or a lot of what you know about government contracting is, well… wrong? This e-course will likely take your current understanding of some govcon facts and turn them on their head! Continue reading
Simplified Acquisitions lower the overall level of risk of doing business and the level of effort associated with issuing and responding to these requirements. Those are good things.
Agencies have increased their use of these streamlined buys. That’s a good thing.
Simplified Acquisitions are reserved for small business concerns and that is the problem. Continue reading
CI Essentials™ are how government contractors achieve (and sustain) being as competitive as possible. Continue reading
If having more robust, accurate and timely information about customers, competitors and opportunities would help your business, check this out! Continue reading
This workshop is an actionable immersion for anyone who believes they can benefit from understanding a growing area of government spending with inherently less administrative burden for Government and Industry. Continue reading
The Complete Simplified Acquisitions Workshop!™ will provide you the practical knowledge and skills needed to find and win some of the $20 billion in streamlined purchasing by civilian, defense and intelligence agencies. Continue reading
An exclusive presentation by The American Small Business Coalition for NACA members. Continue reading
This webinar presentation facilitated by Guy Timberlake of The American Small Business Coalition, will discuss the knowledge needed to effectively find and win requirements procured by sixty (60) different civilian, defense and intelligence agencies. Continue reading
FACT: During the first three quarters of FY2015, 3400 small business concerns captured $250K or more in initial agency obligations as a result of buys made using the Simplified Acquisition Procedures. Continue reading
Seeking a ‘low-hanging fruit’ opportunity in federal contracting?
FACT: The U.S. Government obligates tens of billions of dollars each fiscal year purchasing goods and services using a method that reduces their administrative burden and generally has an inherent lower ‘cost of acquiring business’ for vendors. Continue reading