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Multi-Factor Authentication Processes Added to GSA Mass Mod Portal

By Vanessa Lansdale | August 7, 2020

Starting August 8, 2020, the General Services Administration (GSA) will implement a multi-factor authentication process for government contractors accessing the Mass Mod Portal. This applies to both new and existing users. According to GSA, the change aligns with the agency’s IT modernization efforts to build and maintain a more modern and secure infrastructure for its IT systems.

How the Government Can Help Your Government Sales (If You Ask Them Nicely)

By Alex Johnson | August 3, 2020

Gathering market research on your competitors is essential to winning bids and growing your government business. If you want to gain the competitive edge in a growing market and understand the tools for gathering critical intelligence, you need to familiarize yourself with FOIA requests.

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What You Need to Know About the VETS-4212 Annual Submission

By Vanessa Lansdale | July 30, 2020

Each year, government contractors must complete the VETS-4212 Report to be compliant with government rules and regulations. But what does the submission include? How do you submit your report? And what does the timeline look like? We answer these questions and more in this blog post.

Employee Spotlight: Jessica Sweet

By Vanessa Lansdale | July 20, 2020

This month’s employee spotlight features Jessica Sweet, Director of Client Services at JetCo Solutions. Tell me a little about what you currently do at JetCo Solutions. I manage the daily operations of the JetCo Solutions organization. Our team is a diverse set of individuals who actively engage in our processes to ensure our clients get the best opportunities to win government and teaming opportunities.

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3 Tips for Stellar Government Contract Proposal Responses

By Emily Ferrera | July 13, 2020

Before deciding to delve into the government bidding space, businesses should take the time to decide if they have the internal resources and materials to truly compete. While many businesses host a wide array of excellent products and services, the government often wants to see more from a company when they submit a proposal.

Competitor Profiling in Government Contracting

By The JetCo Solutions Team | July 6, 2020

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.

3 Reasons to Hire a Consultant for Your Government Sales Efforts

By Nick Wassenaar | June 29, 2020

Whether you’re just starting in government sales or are looking to outsource your current efforts, it’s important to consider hiring a consultant for your government sales efforts. Consultants, like JetCo Solutions, bring many benefits to the table, and we outline these benefits below.

Be Mindful of Your Ps and Qs

By Megan Gomery | June 22, 2020

Anyone who has tried engaging in business with the government has probably been confused over the copious use of acronyms. Fortunately, JetCo Solutions has learned this language so that our clients don’t have to. However, it’s essential for companies in the world of government contracting to understand the distinction between RFQ, RFP, and RFI.

5 Tips to Prepare for the Q4 Government Spending Spree

By Vanessa Lansdale | June 10, 2020

The government fiscal fourth quarter (Q4) is rapidly approaching, meaning the busiest time of the year will soon be upon government contractors. Between July 1 and September 30, federal agencies scramble to spend what’s left in their budget, in fear that their budget will be lowered the following year if there is excess money.