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Without orders, zero dollar contracts are just paper.

After all, more dollars are obligated to standalone contracts and single-award contract vehicles than to agency-specific and governmentwide multiple-award contract vehicles, still. Continue reading

7 GovCon myths that need busting

Depending on where one starts his or her journey of doing business with the government, they can hear things that may not necessarily be accurate, and in some cases, intentionally inaccurate. Source: 7 GovCon myths that need busting — Washington Technology

Fake It ‘Til You Make It Has a High Cost

I wonder what would happen if more Business Development and Capture professionals had to foot the bill for C.A.B. Fare, you know, the Cost of Acquiring Business? Continue reading

A Pre-Holiday Charity Bash™ Poem!

T’was the 2nd of December and the day it draws near, For friends and colleagues from Govcon to appear. At the location selected, the one called Convene, That offers libations and really good cuisine! We’ll gather on the 7th, six hours after Noon, To celebrate the season, we’ve got the whole room. To network and … Continue reading

VIDEO: Good Fun. Good Networking. In Good Company. For a Good Cause. 12/7 in Tysons Corner, VA

It will be an evening full of good fun, good networking, good food and good drink, all for a good cause! The 2016 Holiday Charity Bash™ is almost here and we’re benefiting our Nation’s Military men, women and Veterans through our partners at American Freedom Foundation. Register today before tickets run out for the best government contracting holiday networking around! Continue reading

Doing too much when it comes to finding opportunities? | LinkedIn

As a contractor or vendor to the U.S. Government, are you realizing too little return on your investment of time and money when it comes to developing viable business opportunities? Maybe the problem is your company’s time is spread between too many so-so prospects. via Doing too much when it comes to finding opportunities? | … Continue reading