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Webinar: Proposal Best Practices in the FY Q4

The fourth quarter of the government fiscal year is the busiest. You may be pressed for time because you’re responding to multiple proposals simultaneously or your deadlines are short because the government wants to obligate money fast.  How do you win despite shortage of time and resources? Olessia Smotrova will present a webinar on Proposal Read More

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How to Entice a Prospective Teaming Partner to Team with You

This is our final article in the Finding Contracting Teammate series. The first article explored the advantages and risks in teaming. The second article explained our detailed process for finding federal contracting teaming partners the right way. So, let’s say you’ve narrowed down your list of potential teaming partners to a few great candidates. Let’s Read More

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Finding Teammates for Federal Contracting Opportunities the Right Way

Finding great government contracting teammates can increase your chances of winning a contract award. However, if you don’t invest time into selecting the right partners, you instead increase your chances of losing. In our previous article on the benefits and downsides of contractor teaming, we looked at why federal contractors team. In this article, we’ll Read More

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Federal Contractors: Team Up for the Benefits While Avoiding the Risks

You’ve come across a great opportunity, but you know your company alone can’t satisfy the customer’s needs. Perhaps you should consider teaming. In this post, we’ll go over why government contractors team, and some of the pitfalls to avoid. In later articles in this series, we’ll go over how to find potential teammates and how Read More

Using Unsolicited Proposals for Innovative Federal Solutions

Using Unsolicited Proposals for Innovative Federal Solutions

Every business developer needs a toolkit. Within that toolkit should be skills and collateral to further your company’s federal business development goals. For example, one asset should be an updated one-pager capability statement. While not standard in your toolkit, you should also be prepared to draft unsolicited proposals. We’ve come across some confusion among our Read More