JetCo Clients Win Government Contracts.
Our success is not about us. It's about the small businesses which have grown through government sales. It's about the general contracting company which grew from 16 to 41 employees in two years because of government contracts - and it's about those extra 25 employees who have great jobs because of the contracts. It's about a crazy talented group of engineers who develop prototypes for the Department of Defense. It's about the light manufacturing company making deliberate diversification decisions, winning their first contract, and then building to 22% of their revenue coming from government contracts.
JetCo Solutions' long-term strategic plan is not measured by our own company's revenue. Instead, it's based on the value of contracts won by our clients.
Increasing Your Revenue Through Government Sales.
We simplify the government sales process for you, customizing it to accommodate your structure and your comfort level. Our clients span across the United States and work in sectors from engineering and construction to print and design.
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The System for Award Management (SAM) is an official website of the U.S. government. There is no cost to use SAM.
Frequently when working on writing a government proposal, you will have a few questions arise out of the solicitation. Whatever your question, you must ask it correctly so that you get a clear response. There are three tips for formatting your question: stick to email, be specific, and reference documents.
The Federal Acquisition Regulation is the principal set of rules regarding government procurement in the United States. This set of rules covers many of the contracts issued by the US military and NASA, as well as US civilian federal agencies. The government uses federal contracts as a procurement mechanism to purchase goods or services from contractors. These contracts are governed by a strict set of terms and conditions, including clauses from the FAR.
GSA Eliminates Need for Digital Certificate, Moves eOffer and eMod to Multi-Factor Authentication System
The General Services Administration (GSA) recently announced that as of March 8, 2021, contractors will use FAS ID, a multi-factor authentication system, to access eOffer and eMod. This comes after the November 2020 announcement from GSA, prefacing that the update would happen in 2021 to support security updates.