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Now that you’re seriously considering pursuing government contracting, let’s get your certifications

In the last blog, we looked at all of the certifications. Today, let’s look at how to get them. The federal ones are relatively easy. For the overall Small Business certification, it is simply a declaration in the SAM registration, which can be accessed through this link here. This is a self-certifying certification and requires […]

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Did you ever think you could get a government contract? Certifications, and the Rule of 3

It’s nice to get back to supporting those of you who are interested in pursuing government contracts with out blogs support. After lengthy period of closing out the calendar year, and supporting our clients in their year-end close, its time to help your business win your first government contract. In the last issues of the […]

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Contracting and Networking, Why do they go together?

Last week we talked about the importance of building relationships. All too often, many businesses make that assumption that because their doors are open or they obtained that certification, that the next thing that follows is business. Well, as we learned last week, they couldn’t be more wrong. Only those who were the most prepared […]

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Certified, Now What?

Many times I have heard people say, I spent all the time, effort, energy and money to get certified, but I never got anything as a result of that. I am sure they are telling the truth. Getting certifications is a difficult and time consuming process, but they are well worth it if you know […]

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Marketing to Various Sectors of Government, The Feds

In previous articles, we have looked at the government procurement process by defining the various government sectors of procurement and what they are looking for in a contractor as far as certifications, registrations and capability statements. We are now ready to explore the specific processes a company can utilize to successfully market to the government. […]

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Government Contracting – The Capability Statement

In order to effectively market to any sector described in the previous articles, it is important to have an effective and colorful one page description of the value your company provides to its customers. In the sectors we are describing, we call this a capability statement and it provides the procurement or sourcing teams the […]

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Government Contracting and Market Research (Part II)

How does the government find you, and how do you find the opportunity that is right for you? In the last blog, we reviewed market research at the federal government level using FPDS and USA Spending, which are both websites. We began to explore market research at the State of California level (always remember to […]

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Government Contracting and Market Research (Part I)

How does the government find you, and how do you find the opportunity that is right for you? What is so difficult about getting seen by the government? You would think with all of those steps you just went through that it would be easy to find you. Well, instead, it is very difficult. The […]

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Government Contracting, The Final Preliminary Steps (Part VI)

So, now you have completed some initial steps, now what? In the previous five articles, we have talked about the initial steps. Doing the basic things required to be eligible for any kind of government contract which described as federal, state, agency, municipal, or large business. Now, the next step is how do you find […]

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Government Contracting (Part V) – Diverse Certifications

In the last blog we covered Federal and State Certifications. Just to clarify, by certification, we mean that there is a 3rd party that evaluates your business for what you say it is. If you claim to be a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), then the CVE (Center for Veterans Enterprise) is going […]

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Client Awards

$75,000 VA contract awarded Aug 2016 to ODG

MRS OSHA Safety wins Training Award with the Riverside Superior Court

Daly Works wins Courier Service Award with St. Louis VA

Hoffman Management Construction Company wins building award with California Water Service Company

4/15/2015

PJ Cephas wins Cal Water Service Company Painting Contract

4/15/2015

BP Telco wins Los Angeles Veterans Home award

1/25/2013

Best Medical Enterprises wins LA Veteran Home Medical Diagnostic Service Award

2/1/2013

OC Medical wins LA Veteran Home Medical Supply Contract

8/6/2013

Dorman PSI awarded multi-year, million dollar contract

9/24/2013

LaChaine & Associates awarded multi-year contract

9/24/2013

Rubicon Engineering awarded multi-year contract

10/2/2013

HMCC/AZTEC JV awarded 64 bathroom remodel with a large So Cal utility



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