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How to be Seen by Federal Agency Buyers | Increase Your Visibility in only 15 minutes a day

Jan 09, 2023

Small businesses often feel invisible to federal buyers. Why don't they see us? We’re doing all the right things and going to all the right events, but still we’re invisible.

Walk...

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The 7 'Must Have' Relationships for Government Contractors

Jan 06, 2023

 WHAT "STRATEGIC" RELATIONSHIPS ARE IMPORTANT?

  1. Program Office (in your targeted agency)
  2. SBP | Small Business Professional (in your targeted agency) 
  3. Local PTAC | Procurement Technical...
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6 Most Important Marketing Assets for Federal Contractors

Jan 03, 2023

Marketing Assets

In today's training, Neil reviews the 6 key marketing assets that complete each small business small business profile in the eyes of federal buyers. Take 30 minutes to be...

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3 Tips for Government Contracting Success in 2023

Jan 02, 2023

"Hope is not a strategy!"

Success as a government contractor should be planned, not left up to hope. 'What gets measured gets done.'

Make sure you are defining 'what' and 'how' to measure your...

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How to Write a Blog Federal Buyers Will Read

Dec 30, 2022

If you want to earn $100k or $1M or $10M, then you need to help your buyers ‘Know, Like and Trust’ you. This is called social selling – basically being where your buyers...

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What is an EIN and Why Do Government Contractors Need One?

May 30, 2020

Starting a small business involves a new learning curve for each of us. Those of us who have started multiple businesses just take certain steps based on our experience and forget what our first...

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What is a DUNS Number and Why Do Government Contractors Need One?

May 30, 2020

I spent 20 years as a government contractor and just came to take “DUNS numbers” for granted. Someone told me to get one, so I got one and then basically stopped thinking about it. But...

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What is a CAGE Code and Why Do Government Contractors Need One?

May 27, 2020

A CAGE code is a five-character alpha-numeric, unique identifier assigned by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). CAGE codes are assigned to businesses, organizations, etc. that wish to pursue...

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Learning to Navigate the (GovCon) Quagmire

Oct 18, 2019

 

How do you learn to navigate the quagmire of federal contracting when you have less than $1 million in revenue?

In this week’s interview with Mitchell Levy, host...

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41 Best in Class (BIC) Contract Vehicle Opportunities for Small Business Federal Contractors

Mar 01, 2019

In this new webinar (see below), Neil McDonnell introduces Best in Class (BIC) Contract Vehicles and presents key information on each of the 41 Best in Class contract vehicles.

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