January 16, 2019 | 2pm – 3pm EST
Are you tired of your Business Development being served with a side of BS?
Want open and honest discussions on the data that fuels your GovCon’s bottom line?
Join Judy and special guests, Amber Hart & Lisa Shea Mundt, Co-Owners of the Pulse as they help demystify the wild world of Government initiatives and the contracts that support them.
They will provide answers to pertinent questions such as: “What else can I bid on in FY19 besides Best-In-Class (BIC) contracts?” and “Why aren’t I a millionaire yet – I was expecting this umbrella contract to be lucrative!”
You will learn:
- Who will continue business as usual and which FedGov agencies will get stuck in the appropriations bottleneck in FY19
- What “buzzwords” you can expect to see in your RFPs this year
- Where to look to find contract opportunities beyond traditional and stodgy sources
- When you should be engaging with your customers (hint – it’s yesterday)
- Why social media matters in this day-and-age of LinkedIn BD
- How FedGov leadership vacancies and turnover will impact your contract awards
The webinar is complimentary. What you’ll learn is priceless.
*All registrants get a link to the recording.
Meet the Presenters
Amber Hart, Co-Owner, The Pulse, received her Bachelor’s in Conflict Analysis and Resolution & Global Affairs from George Mason University (GMU), where she is an active alumna. A skilled Business Developer with nine years’ experience selling to the Federal Government, Ms. Hart’s insights into the convoluted and cumbersome federal procurement process have made her a stand-out in industry. Her article, “A Case for Diversification in Proposal Consulting,” landed her the featured cover story in APMP and won her the coveted John Elder Award. She is participant in the Reston Chamber of Commerce where her talks during “Coffee and Contracting” earned her a nomination for Young Professional of the Year. She resides in Oakton, Virginia.
The Pulse is an online GovCon publication that provides “Context-as-a-Service” -adding the human element to FedGov data so that Government Contractors can bid with intent.
Lisa Shea Mundt, Co-Owner, The Pulse, received both her Master’s and Bachelor’s in Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication (WRTC) from James Madison University (JMU). As a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and CF APMP, she is a coveted Proposal Consultant who applies her nine years of federal procurement experience in the formulation of strategic, comprehensive, and compelling proposals for small and large Government Contractors. Ms. Mundt has a passion for Training Facilitation and public speaking. She currently serves as Chairperson of Washington Exec’s Rising Star Committee and is a member of their Federal Business Council. She resides in Reston, Virginia.
The Pulse is an online GovCon publication that provides “Context-as-a-Service”. -adding the human element to FedGov data so that Government Contractors can bid with intent.
Judy Bradt, Summit Insight’s founder, brings you 30 years’ experience working with more than 7,000 clients across diverse industries who credit her expertise in achieving wins worth in total over $300 million dollars. A dynamic speaker, author, consultant, and trainer, she has been recognized for client service excellence, business growth, contributions to the small business community and the success of women entrepreneurs by organizations including the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). In addition to offering free monthly public webinars on federal contract success and high-value public and private training classes, Judy is the Vice President for Education and Training for the National Veterans Small Business Coalition. She holds a BA from the University of Toronto, and an MBA from McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada.