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For The Record: The Chief Visionary on the 'way' for American small businesses

Posted By Guy Timberlake, The American Small Business Coalition, LLC, Saturday, July 21, 2012
I believe in America and I believe in America's Small Businesses. But challenges manifested by environmental factors, by those who seek to exploit, and by those who would see us fail, are ever-increasing.

Ultimately, for small government contractors to succeed, we must work towards achieving consistent and positive visibility that instills the understanding we are an essential and viable partner vested in America's success. We must overcome the actual and perceived dependencies on government contracting socioeconomic programs, the prejudices that exist on both sides, and develop approaches that provide functional and financial satisfaction. When we are tasked, we must respond by delivering overall excellence as if the quality of life or the actual lives of friends and families depends on it, for often it does.

Small government contractors can effectively support government agencies in nearly every aspect of business and mission operations, on-budget, on-time and on-point, and their success is tied to ours.

It is paramount that small government contractors continually develop and leverage their Capacity, Commitment, Core Competency, Intelligence, Strategy and Relationships, their Small Business C4ISR™.

This is about much more than percentages, prime/sub relationships and prompt payments, it's about the American way of life.

Lead, follow or get out of the way of America's small businesses.

The Chief Visionary


"The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it."

Differentiate Yourself. Develop and Leverage Your Small Business C4ISR™.
(Capacity, Commitment, Core Competency, Intelligence, Strategy and Relationships)

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David Phillips says...
Posted Thursday, July 26, 2012
Guy, I am just as annoyed with my small business colleagues that game the system by putting the socio-economic card versus the competency card first as the foundation as you are. However, The system is intended to provide fairness into the game (which is very much an American Ideal). The issue is integrity - on all sides (small and majority firms). Small Business C4ISR is on-point and will greatly assist in providing a solution. It is important because of the social and spritual vectors effecting our business environment.
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