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Obstacles to GovCon Growth: Clarity

Without proper context, processes and terms used everyday in government contracting may be misconstrued and result in undesirable outcomes. Continue reading

Obstacles to GovCon Growth: Distractions

Shiny objects are people, organizations and opportunities that ‘pop up’ on the radar unannounced and change the flow and rhythm of your company’s growth efforts. Continue reading

Obstacles to GovCon Growth: Strategy

The bar for entering, achieving a position and protecting that position in the govcon marketplace, rises every day. Don’t be the chalk outline. Continue reading

Project 38: Our podcast series on the future of government contracting

The idea is to look at the market and where it is headed between now and 2038. Continue reading

How automation, AI can improve government contracting 

It’s no secret that government procurement contracts are complex and that public-sector processes are a special breed of inefficiency. Continue reading

5 Fatal Flaws Killing GovCon Proposal Efforts [GovConChat™]

GovConChat™ is where we sit down with experts, thought-leaders and other movers and shakers who impact the world of contracting with the U.S. Government. The goal is providing useful and usable insights to any company seeking a better understanding of government contracting, and a better result from their efforts to find and win contracts and subcontracts … Continue reading

The Good, the Bad and the Just Plain Ugly Changes That Almost Were! (Part 2) | GovCon Voices

Originally published May 16, 2017 on GovConVoices Having started my journey in the federal contracting community close to 30 years ago, I’ve seen quite a few changes in policy and process that have both improved and degraded the ability of small business concerns to participate as contractors and subcontractors. I’m not referring solely to changes … 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

Old ways of BD don’t cut it in today’s market

no doubt winning business and growing revenue is a precarious venture. Continue reading

Lessons from a Long-Time Contractor in Afghanistan

During his company’s 16 years as a U.S. contractor in war-torn Afghanistan, Andrew Robertson grew convinced that “building capacity” through hiring locals is the best way to counter the ongoing military threat from the Taliban. Source: Lessons from a Long-Time Contractor in Afghanistan – Contracting – GovExec.com