Helping businesses sell to the Government
How to Successfully Market to the VA One of what I consider the best parts of the National 8(a) Association conference is the informative tracks of sessions they set up for the attendees. There are various speakers, from our partners at EZGovOpps (information and link under our Search Contracting Opportunities tab) to Primes to Agency […]
Sales Reporting Period for Q1 2015 Its that time again when we remind everyone to file all sales through their Schedule Contracts in the 72a System. This period covers sales between October 1 and December 31, 2014. If you are a Government Development Center (GDC) client, feel free to email or call these in so we can file […]
More than 30% of government contract spending occurs in the fourth quarter of the fiscal year (July through September)? Are you in the position to take advantage of this record breaking spending spree?
2014 is off to a great start here at Government Development Center(GDC). We are staffing up our Marketing Department, and have brought on additional representatives to assist with our Marketing efforts on your behalf.
Government Development Center (GDC) makes use of conference and expo time to help in GSA’s initiative of educating Federal (and allowed) buyers on the ease of using Schedules for their procurements.
We hope you had a great holiday and the New Year has been treating you well so far! This year make a resolution to kick up your sales with a government contract. We are a full service Business to Government firm, helping private businesses sell to the government as a way to increase their revenue […]
It’s been a busy year for the Government Development Center (GDC)! We’ve attended over ten conferences and expositions in order to gain client exposure to government agencies and make connections with them.
Learning is a lifelong process, and one that enriches our overall experiences. The government and its agencies are in a constant state of change as new rules, regulations, and updates to their systems come out all the time.
In late September of 2010 President Obama signed The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 (Jobs Act) which was intended to protect the interests of small businesses as well as open up greater opportunities within the Federal marketplace for them.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has made amendments to their contracting procedures that will be in effect on or before December 31, 2013.