Step 2 is arguably the most crucial step in the road to success in Government Contracting.
Marketing your business and finding contracts worth your time is a nightmare. You must create a capabilities statement, have a quality website, offer relevant products/services, and still find a contract that fits the Government’s current needs.
Our state-of-the-art Government Contracting database called GovExpert is a vast marketing system with every piece of information a company would need to take advantage of open Government Contracts.
This system scrubs over 24,000 sites, 60,000 federal buyers, and 100,000 open contracts worth trillions of dollars.
For a small monthly subscription, this database will be yours to access whenever you want. If you aren’t comfortable finding contracts alone, our GovExpert will do the dirty work for you.
After you’ve utilized our exceptional GovExpert Database to find contracts worth bidding on, it’s time to go for it. Government agencies must share the contract details before you submit your proposal, giving you any information you may need to make your bid.
There are three main types of solicitations a government agency might ask for:
- Request for Proposal (RFP)
- Request for Quotation (RFQ)
- Invitation for Bid (IFB)
Just as important as the contents for your proposal, government agencies expect vendors to follow specific formatting requirements, including order, structure, and time frame requested.
If you’re unsure which government agencies your business is best suited for, working with GSE can help you navigate contracting opportunities. Our team of consultants will build your Government profile, ensure it’s optimized, write bids for you and get you prepped to start going after Government Contracts worth millions!
The United States Federal Government signs over 11 million contracts a year worth more than $6 trillion. That means new contracts are being handed out daily. Out of all Federal Contracts, about 95% are awarded to small- and medium-sized business vendors ranging in services from Janitorial and Landscaping to IT and Marketing.
So, no matter how small your firm may be, there is always a contract that could be won! With the help of a large team of experts at GSE, it’s time to win those contracts.
The Extra Mile
As you can tell, preparing, finding, bidding, and winning Government Contracts is no easy feat. Once you’ve surpassed this enormous obstacle, GSA Schedule Contracts are a gateway to trillions of federal government spending.
These long-term contracts provide businesses with a vehicle to sell products and services to federal, state, and local government agencies. It is the biggest and best contracting opportunity in the world.
The best part is…there is no bidding on the GSA Schedule; the Government chooses you!
Once our GSA Schedule Experts have found that your business qualifies, the GSA Schedule could be your shortcut to success.
The GSE Way
GSE is proud to assist businesses with applications, paperwork, marketing, and securing contracts in all industries.
We’ve submitted thousands of registrations and certifications over the years. Most of these have been awarded and have helped businesses across the country connect to the largest spender on the planet.
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