On this episode of TGBAP we interview Brett W. Josephson, Ph.D. Brett is the Director of Executive Development at George Mason University and an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Mason’s School of Business. He is also an Affiliated Faculty member for Mason’s Center for Government Contracting. His unique research into government contracting provides insights for businesses moving into the federal market. Part 2 of the conversation answers the question, "Is the government a good customer?" If so, "How do you extract value from this customer once you've made the commitment?"
On this episode of TGBAP, we interview Brett W. Josephson, Ph.D. Brett is the Director of Executive Development at George Mason University and an Assistant Professor of Marketing at Mason’s School of Business. He is also an Affiliated Faculty member for Mason’s Center for Government Contracting. His unique research into government contracting provides insights for businesses moving into the federal market. Part 1 of the conversation explores the major questions one might ask when researching the world's biggest buyer.
Small business set asides can make a crucial difference in a small business owner's ability to compete in a federal contracting marketplace that is typically dominated by large corporations. Join us as we root for the underdog in this episode of The Government Buys...a Podcast.
Woman Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) and Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSB) can be eligible for set asides that can even the playing field in an oftentimes male-dominated federal contracting marketplace. Get your documents together and find out what it takes to qualify on this episode of The Government Buys A Podcast.
Set asides for Veteran-Owned Small Businesses and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses can provide an advantage to veterans in the competitive federal contracting marketplace. Stand behind those who have stood behind us all on this episode of The Government Buys a Podcast.
A current registration in the System for Award Management is the key to getting paid for the federal contracts you complete as a government contractor. Making sure a business of any size is compliant with all federal regulations can increase your odds of winning government contracts and make you an attractive partner to other contractors.
Grab your chips and get ready to learn the recipe for the secret sauce!
Award Notices are given when a federal agency awards a contract in response to a solicitation. Government contractors can learn a great deal from an award notice in addition to finding out which vendor won the contract and for how much. Just because the contract has been awarded to a vendor doesn’t mean the work is over. Roll up your sleeves, it's time to get deep and deconstruct what valuable information is hidden in award notices.
In this episode of “The Government Buys...a Podcast” (TGAP), we sit down with USFCR President Eric Knellinger to discuss the upcoming merger of beta.SAM and FBO.gov. Join us as we deconstruct these impending changes and discuss how The Advanced Procurement Portal can keep you ahead of the curve.