What’s the difference between a good team and a great team? In the world of government contracts, a good team will deliver what’s expected and fulfill your client’s expectations. But a great team will surpass those expectations, which makes it easier to identify opportunities for organic growth.
As October 1st, the end of the fiscal year gets closer, so does the potential for a government shutdown. Understandably, questions about how to prepare for a shutdown are top of mind for government contractors. We’ll discuss considerations and how to prepare your workforce for an uncertain situation.
When competing for a government contract, success can be a matter of fine margins. Every detail of your proposal needs to show that your firm is the right choice for this engagement.
Government contractors depend heavily on their talent acquisition team. TA plays a vital part in the entire lifecycle of a government contract, from the initial Request For Proposal to maintaining active contracts.
Talent acquisition is a crucial function of any company that works on government contracts. Your ability to fulfill the contract depends on having the right people with the right skills (and, in some cases, the right security clearance.)