With oral presentations becoming a more common requirement in federal contracting, what can companies do to ensure a winning presentation?
Mid-tier contractors are on their own when competing for federal contracts. They lack the set-asides and other legislative supports of small businesses and yet they don't have the depth of resources that large businesses do.
Veteran Owned Businesses generate about $1.4 trillion in sales per year and employ nearly 6 million people but often still struggle to compete for federal contracts. We talked to Barbara Carson of the SBA about the best resources and programs VOSBs can leverage to gain a competitive edge.
The government’s efforts to obtain data rights and intellectual property from contractors seems like a bargain for taxpayers, but for contractors, not so much. Here's what GovCons can do.
Affiliation is a potential hidden iceberg for many companies, particularly small businesses when it comes to teaming on large indefinite quantity indefinite delivery (IDIQ) contracts. So what can you do if it happens to you?
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Small businesses often face pressure to team with larger companies when pursuing a bid. Here's how to evaluate whether a potential teammate will be useful and the red flags to watch out for.
Meetings can sometimes be time wasters, but the daily stand up meeting is a crucial part of the proposal process.