Podcast Ep 21: Interview with Brett W. Josephson Ph.D. Part 1

Feb 4, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by Alex Siniari

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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 GMU's Center for Government Contracting

Brett's 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.

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In 2018, Brett Josephson and his team published, "Uncle Sam Rising: Performance Implications of Business-to-Government Relationships." Access the publication here.

USFCR Academy can teach you a lot and help you win contracts. But, if you're looking for the actual degree, you may want to consider GMU's Center for Government Contracting.

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Ep 22: Interview with Brett W. Josephson Ph.D. Part 2

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Alex Siniari

Written by Alex Siniari

Alex has mixed, mastered, and recorded albums for numerous indie bands as well as gone on tour himself. He’s a multi-instrumentalist singer songwriter as well as a visual artist. He loves working in illustration, painting, and various types of sculpture.

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