Category Archive for: ‘Government Contracting’

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    7 Tips For Getting Your Business Registered in SAM

    By Yolanda Cowart | July 31, 2017 If you know the power behind doing business with the local, state, or federal government, you’ll want your small business to have a piece of that pie. First things first. The government only does business with companies registered […]

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    Five Options for Financing a Government Contract

    By Yolanda Cowart | July 31, 2017 Congratulations on procuring a contract with the government. You’ve taken a huge step in growing your small business and positioning yourself for success. Do you find yourself wondering, now what? The next step is to create, build, or […]

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    4 Prep Steps For Bidding On a Government Contract

    Winning government contracts is a goal many small business owners have. It’s a smart one, too, because the government spends a remarkable $135 billion – yes, that’s a B – each year awarding contracts to small businesses.

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    3 Plan Ahead Strategies To Help Secure Your First Government Contract

    By Yolanda Cowart | July 10, 2017 Too many small business owners struggle to fill their sales pipeline when the U.S. government is spending billions of dollars each year on products and services those small businesses can provide. While it’s true that government agencies regularly […]

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    6 Tried and Tested Tactics for Government Contracting

    Even though there are budget cuts in the federal government it is still one of the most lucrative places to get contracts from – especially for small businesses. You can take an assumption from the fact that they spend nearly $500 billion every year on […]

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    4 Tips to Getting Started in Government Contracting

    Editor’s Note: Updated August 12, 2019 Imagine that you are trying to sell to the biggest customer in your town. Although very wealthy, this customer never flaunts it. He is demanding, fussy, and sometimes overbearing. Yet he always pays on time, and once you have […]

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