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Buyer's Research: How to Build Your Federal Opportunity Pipeline

By Amber Hart on Feb 22, 2018

We have all heard about the importance of maintaining a healthy business development pipeline—an organized, visual way of tracking multiple potential buyers (federal agencies) and developing (or stalled) opportunities through different stages in the government contracting procurement process.

But most don’t understand that a pipeline’s importance goes beyond a mere list of potential contacts or contracts.

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What does Category Management Have To Do With Me, The Business Development Professional?

By Amber Hart on Nov 3, 2016

Happy Fiscal New Year! With the start of the new fiscal year comes promises of a clean slate, and a fresh start fiscal start (or at least funding until December 9). It is also an opportunity to reframe your everyday business development tasks and reinforce your tactics to stay competitive.

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How To Hire A Great Proposal Consultant

By Raymond Thibodeaux on May 21, 2015

In Government proposals, there are many wonderful professionals with extensive experience. However, there are a few bad apples out there that can damage your firm's bid, wasting your time and money. In this post, we'll go over how to avoid a predatory consultant and hire a great one.

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Successful Proposals: Understanding a Customer's Needs vs. Wants

By Dr. Richard Nathan on Apr 16, 2013

Successful proposals respond to the needs presented in the RFP. However, successful proposals also respond to “invisible” issues that influence decision makers: their “wants.”

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