Acquiring a federal government contract can be a lengthy and overwhelming process. Small businesses interested in these lucrative, multi-year contracts, oftentimes do not know where to begin to get noticed for one. The government sets aside a percentage of contracts for small business, but how can you get your company noticed?
Roy Hodge is the owner of REH Systems Solutions, an information technology service provider. His company has started to position itself to be considered for these types of contracts. He speaks with host Mary McCarthy about what small businesses can do to market themselves, and how they can tackle such huge, detail-oriented projects.
What You Will Learn:
- Details on the SBA’s 8(a) Business Development Program and how it can help
- Marketing methods to get your small business considered for these jobs
- Subcontracting and teaming agreements
- Roy’s advice to small businesses interested in federal government contracts