To be successful in Government Contracting you need to assess the market. Whether your company provides, product(s), and/or service(s), you must determine what demand exists, if any. A Federal Government Contracting Profitability Assessment, which Lindell and Pearse Group provides, will include information about how much money the government spends in your industry, which agencies are buying, and currently open or recently awarded contracts. The General Services Administration looks at socioeconomic factors that can make your business stand out is also important. Lindell and Pearse Group also can qualify you for specific set-aside contracts, which the government makes available to specific types of businesses based on several socioeconomic factors. We have direct access to data Systems that provide information you may find helpful as you begin contracting with the government.
Most businesses across America have toyed with the idea of taking on Government Contracts. Many of those same businesses have failed or never were able to complete the process they set out to accomplish. The U.S. Government is not an easy entity to take on as a client. It almost seems that they make the navigation into the hoards of documents you must supply and compliance's you must meet purposely impossible as to deter those without a strong business acumen. We at Lindell and Pearse Group handle all of the nuances to get you where you need to be and provide the ability for your company to take on a Governmental Division competently.
Our team has over 35 years collectively of Government Contracting Experience. We offer a wealth of knowledge and proper consultative action to help our clients engage in profitable contracts and contract management.
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The US Government first and foremost operates as a business, obtaining the goods and services they need every day from companies just like yours. The Government is omnivorous in that they purchase everything from a paperclip to an aircraft carrier and everything in between.
They continuously need vendors that are able to take on those orders. The Government spends on average 1.4 billion dollars a day and they must spend every penny or they lose it. So now why wouldn't you want to do business with the Government?