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WHAT IS GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING?


Government entities are constantly seeking private-sector organizations, referred to as contractors, to support various government initiatives or improvements for such things as building roadways, migrating to the cloud, and enhancing our country’s defense systems. Government organizations and agencies issue requests for proposals (RFPs) to solicit private-sector contractors to bid on the work that needs to get done, or the opportunity, in the form of a proposal. The winning proposal then gets awarded with the contract.


The government contracting market opportunity in the United States represents billions of dollars’ worth of contracts awarded each year across federal, state and local governments. Contractors of all sizes can work with government entities to support their needs and win their share of contracts.


HOW TO GET STARTED IN GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING

Getting started in government contracting can be complex, from finding a good-fit contracting opportunity for your business and submitting a winning bid or proposal, to staying in compliance throughout the length of the contract and getting paid for your efforts. One way to get ahead is to arm yourself with information and analysis related to the government contracting lifecycle as you begin exploring new opportunities to do business with the government.

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