Grow Fed Biz

Government Contracts Made Easier: Second Edition

281 Pages. List price $24.97 USD

In this updated edition, Judy Bradt brings you the secrets to winning US government contracts – whether you’re taking your first steps, or expanding your footprint in pursuit of the world’s largest buyer. Government Contracts Made Easier is loaded with resources that seasoned contractors take years to discover.

Key Concepts: Find out what successful companies master as they launch and grow their government contract business.

  • Profiles in Success: Ten business owners – small and minority business owners, veterans, women and men – share their journeys, their challenges, their mis-steps, and the tactics they used to win government business.
  • A Structured Approach: Seven steps guide your journey into the heart of what it takes to win government business.
  • Exercises: Get the tools Judy uses to work with her clients.
  • Research Data & Top Expert Insight: Hard statistics and analysis on what success takes – from new studies and leading specialists in diverse aspects of government business.
  • Checklists and Tip Lists: Plenty of easy-to use point-form lists make this technical material simpler to work with.
  • Resources: There’s always more to learn. Find out about free and low-cost resources.
  • And even more online! The book gives you special links to detailed how-to guides you can use now

Downloadable Software

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Strategy Planning Software

Delivered electronically. List price $69.95 USD

Your plans will change the moment you hit the street and start to market.

This softcopy edition of the classic Strategy Workbook in fillable PDF will help you keep up.

With over 330 expandable data fields, this powerful tool lets you use the market research worksheets over and over. You’ll love the bid/no-bid matrix page, with programming for automatic calculations and options to change decision factor weights!

Revise your strategy as you go along, collaborate easily with your team, and adapt your initial government market business plans to reflect lessons learned along the way.

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