Teaming to Access More Money from Government Contracting

There are about fourteen thousand businesses that have a GSA Schedule (MAS). Half of them do not ever successfully use this contract vehicle. They do not fail as a result of their industry or expertise. Why, then? It is not uncommon for two businesses offering identical products and services, possessing similar educational qualifications, attending the…

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Client Spotlight: AIE

American Innovative Equipment, LLC dba AIE David Koch – President/Owner https://my-aie.com/ 1. Tell us briefly about your business and what motivated you to pursue government contracting. Our mission is to successfully distribute equipment that fully suits your facility’s immediate needs. The technical devices and systems we provide offer long-term solutions for better patient outcomes and…

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CLIENT SPOTLIGHT: Altered Aspects, LLC

ALTERED ASPECTS, LLC   Tell us briefly about your business and what motivated you to pursue government contracting? Altered Aspects is the “Jack of all trades” when it comes to wildfire preparedness, forestry, and excavation projects. Owner-operator Blake Lindsay was a wildland firefighter with the U.S. Forest Service for 14 years. Eight of those years…

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How to Grow Your Network for Success in Government Contracting by Lori Farris

A robust and expanding network can offer invaluable support to small businesses, paving the way for increased opportunities and fostering mutually beneficial partnerships essential for success in government contracting.    Here are some effective strategies for expanding and diversifying your network: Teaming Partnerships: Collaborate with other business owners to broaden your capacity to bid on…

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