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Posts by The JetCo Solutions Team

Competitor Profiling in Government Contracting

The world of government contracting is similar to a game of chess; a game we are exceptionally good at [government contracting, not chess]. When developing a strategy of whom to market to and how to do so, we identify competitors and study them extensively. This gives us the ability to better position our clients to write winning bid responses.

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The Competitive Edge

When companies hire our team, they typically aren’t choosing between us and another consulting firm like ours. Instead, they are usually deciding to outsource for the first time, after having written their own bid responses and handled their own government capture in-house. These companies ask great questions to vet our team and our process, and we like these discussions.

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Case Study: Engineering Services Company

An engineering services company hired us to assist them in building a professional relationship with the government. The company’s CEOs had previous experience with the government at another company but were unsure of how to enter the field with their new company. They came to us in their first year of business.

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Writing Client-Focused Government Proposals

For many Contracting Officers, the proposals we submit are the first piece of contact these individuals have with our clients. When writing a proposal, we must adequately promote the goods and services that our clients provide, while showcasing the aspects that set our clients apart from other companies that are bidding. That’s why it’s important to make sure proposals are client-oriented in every aspect.

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Our Brilliant Clients

Our Brilliant Clients “Never be the smartest person in the room.” This common phrase might be familiar to you, but at JetCo Solutions, I embrace this saying. Why? Because our…

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Small Business Ownership

Our company works primarily with small companies — all of them highly qualified and unique in their industry. We don’t work with small companies because we can’t land a big.…

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Offense or D?

Sometimes, you play offense. Sometimes, you’re D. I just returned from a hockey weekend. Our son is a freshman and plays hockey at Ole Miss. (Yes, SEC schools have hockey…

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Fuzzy Math of SBA Goals

The Small Business Administration (SBA) is again under fire for how the determine the success of agency small business programs. SBA has claimed victory in achieving the 23% goal given…

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Federal Budget Blues

Passing a federal budget has been… well… let’s say “challenging” for Congress for the last seven fiscal years (FY). It was spring of 2009 when a full budget resolution was…

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