Federal Business Development, a $500 Billion market opportunity.
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Formula for company growth: 50% Commercial + 50% Government = Winning Company
Over 30 years of Expertise in Government
Building a Bridge from Your Company to the Government.
Formulating the correct steps from Proper Registration, Certification, Navigating your company through government red tape, paperwork, rules and regulations.
Step One: Preparation of your company’s paperwork and application certification packages to be accepted the first time by City, County, State, and...
Established relationship with government directors, contract managers and key people cultivating connections with key people within the government; creating awareness of your business interests, building credibility and establishing your company as a serious player in this market of opportunity.
Goal: When a Request for Proposal (RFP) or Request for Quote (RFQ) is issued, being an established Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM), we will already know the contract and will have started the process of preparing on the bid, long before the required publishing. This aspect is advantageous because I have established relationships along with the understanding about the departments/agency’s mission and requirements.
New Business Development: Business, Business Development, Small Business, Procurement, Procurement Contracts, E-procurement, Communication, Business Turn-Around, Damage Control, Problem Solving, Research, Inventory Control.
Government: City, County, State, Federal, Bid Wins.
Nonprofits: Nonprofit Boards, Grants, Federal Grants, Grant Writing, Grant Management, 501c3.
SBA:SBA 504, GSA Contracting, GSA Schedules, Government Loans, Federal Government, STTR/SBIR, Business Plans, North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes, D&B, Surety Bonds, HUBZone, 8(a), System for Award Management (SAM), Central Contract Registration (CCR), ORCA, CAGE/NCAGE, Veteran Certification, Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Woman...
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