Skip to content

Posts Tagged ‘COVID-19’

Prepare Before the Storm

It was the summer of 1985 and I was officially in the Army as a cadet at the Military Academy in New York. My battle buddy and I put our shelter halves together and made a tent for the evening bivouac. Rain was to be expected, but we got distracted and put our efforts elsewhere. Around 3 a.m., our encampment filled with water, and our equipment was soaked because we had not dug our trenches…

Continue Reading

COVID-19 and Government Spend

During times of crisis, now more than ever, the government needs capable companies to help with the increased demand for critical products and services. Selling to the government can help small and large businesses alike by providing them with a steady revenue stream. The government has proven to be a reliable customer, and as of March 31, 2020, the government has already spent $624 million on COVID-19 response.

Continue Reading