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Case Studies

Case Study: Construction Firm

By Lauren Postma

A dynamic contracting and construction firm worked with the JetCo Solutions team to pursue government contracts. After several discussions, our team recommended that the client pursue a GSA Schedule for a chance at a wider market and new contract vehicle.

Case Study: Event Management Company

By Lauren Postma

An event management company came to JetCo Solutions to help keep their incumbency on a government project. While they had a strong history with the agency, they needed help responding to the updated solicitation. Having worked with JetCo Solutions in the past, they trusted us to handle this expanded solicitation.

Case Study: Architecture and Engineering Firm

By Emily Ferrera

A specialized architecture and engineering firm contacted JetCo Solutions to break into the world of government contracting. Wanting to further develop their partnerships, they needed guidance on qualified companies to develop professional connections with.

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Case Study: Temporary Wall Manufacturing Company

By Lauren Postma

A temporary wall manufacturing and installation company came to JetCo Solutions after struggling to understand the GSA submission process on their own. Through careful vetting, this company decided on hiring us due to the breadth of our GSA services, their confidence in our government experience, and our Michigan-based location.

Case Study: Control Systems Engineering Company

By Emily Ferrera

One of our engineering clients started their relationship with JetCo Solutions four years ago when we supported them in a high-visibility contract pursuit with the U.S. Army. The Army needed updated functionality for controllers in their 1,200+ Rough Terrain Cargo Handlers (RTCHs).

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Case Study: Engineering Services Company

By Hannah Barnes

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.