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e-Course: What You Don’t Know (About Codes and Contracts) Can Hurt You!

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

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

SEMINAR: GSA ALLIANT 2 and VETS2 GWACs – Outrunning the Bear 4/29 in Chevy Chase, MD

If your company is considering pursuit of the upcoming GSA ALLIANT 2 Unrestricted, GSA ALLIANT 2 Small Business or GSA VETS2 GWACs, and you (a) don’t know your score, (b) don’t know your ranking (c) don’t know the ‘cut’ score, and (d) don’t know the rankings of the competition, you’re likely about to make a bad and very costly decision. Continue reading

When Researching Opportunities, Do You Rely on NAICS or PSC Codes?

There are two primary classification systems used by civilian, defense and intelligence agencies to describe procurements, but many vendors (and quite a few in Government) are focused on just one of them. Continue reading

Marketing? Market Research? Don’t Ignore Product and Service Codes. – #Ask@GovConGuy

Context is critical to success in government contracting. Not understanding meaning, significance and timeliness of something such as how an agency describes what you want to sell them, can and will likely result in lost opportunities and the dollars that might have come with them. Continue reading

Quick Guide to Product and Service Codes in Government Contracting – #Ask@GovConGuy

Lack of knowledge and a lack of understanding of these classification systems can cost your company time, money, situational awareness and visibility. Continue reading