New to government contracting? Are you a current contractor/subcontractor seeking more opportunities to increase revenues and profits? The practical information and processes discussed in this half-day session are essentials for executives, professionals and companies pursuing contracts and subcontracts with U.S. civilian, defense and intelligence agencies.
In fact, your training begins with Tactics, Tools and Resources for Connecting the Dots™, a high-energy and interactive immersion for government contracting neophytes and veterans. It's described by attendees as the '... blocking and tackling of gathering intelligence on federal contract pursuits!'
The goal is to provide a substantive background and awareness of competitive intelligence, why and how to acquire this information, and how to use it!
The Tactics, Tools and Resources for Connecting the Dots™ program:
- highlights key challenges facing companies in making efficient opportunity-related decisions;
- defines the 'Why?' and 'What Is?' of competitive intelligence;
- identifies and discusses over forty free data and information sources companies can leverage;
- clarifies agency award types and key classifications used to describe procurement activities;
- looks at real-world uses of the tactics, tools and resources discussed;
- discusses practical application based on established processes used by many companies.
Even if you've been around government contracting for a few years be sure to take a good look at this program. As two recent testimonials point out, it's as relevant to novices as it is the very experienced.
This comment comes from the Vice President of Strategy at a $50M Federal Health IT company:
"If you think you know everything there is to know about information
gathering on federal pursuits, Guy will surprise you
with useful information! I can't speak highly enough about
what I saw and heard this morning."
This was sent by the contracts manager of an established federal and defense agency construction firm:
"I’m a “seasoned” contracts manager with 30 years of contract admin/management and the presentation today was very informative;
the slides were excellent and the presenter did a clear and concise demonstration. Excellent rating!"
By the way, everything you just read pertains to just the first part of your Competitive Intelligence Bootcamp.
Next up is the open forum where participants get to ask any and all questions whether general or company-specific. This is your time to make sure you get out if it exactly what you want (which is why the in-person public sessions are limited to ten (10) participants)!
Your bootcamp instructor is Guy Timberlake of The American Small Business Coalition who brings nearly thirty years of doing exactly what he teaches during the bootcamp as well as other programs focused on finding and winning business with federal agencies.
Registration includes access for one (1) participant and the presentation slides.
Pre-registration is required for this event. Event Terms and Conditions apply. Registration closes three (3) business days prior to the event. Questions? Contact us at 410-381-7378 x2
$199/CORE™ and GovCon Wingman™ Members; $249/Individual and Associate Members; $299/Not Yet Members