What is Government Contracting “Fast Track” Software?
There is nothing fast about the government contracting market. On average, it takes 36 months for a business to lay a foundation in the government market. This software program (created with over 10,000 of research and development) includes everything you need to “Fast Track” your progress to navigate the government contracting maze. It will cut the average setup time to first contract award from 36 months down to 12-6 months. It will give you access to the resources, knowledge, and step-by-step instructions to successfully identify and track opportunities, craft a winning bid, and manage your award. Our proprietary Government Contracting “Fast Track” Software hands you everything you need to cut years of trial and error out of the contracting process, all available in a simple and easy to use platform.
Features of the Government Contracting “Fast Track” Software:
- Step-by-step process
- Checklist of tasks to be performed
- Federal Certification guidance for 8a, HUBzone, ED/WOSB, SDVOSB, VOSB, Section 3, etc.
- State & local certification information
- Commercial certification information
- Registration information on SAM.gov, DSBS, ORCA, etc
- Instructions on how to get your GSA Schedule
- Benchmarking techniques after successful companies in your industry
- Research strategies on historical data, such as previous incumbent & award amount
- Online/cloud based for easy access anywhere
- Task assignments to teammates
- Interactive with live links and content addition
- Created for your business with multiple user options
- Sharing capabilities with your team in real time
- Training courses through videos, Power Point, online platforms, etc.
- Sample documents of proposals, capability statements, marketing emails, etc.
Components of the Government Contracting “Fast Track” Software:
GCA has simplified the Federal contracting process into one concise formula: P+P+P+P=P
The last “P” stands for profit. The other four “Ps” are the phases needed to be successful in the government market.
- Assessment: discovering if you are ready to do government contracts
- Strategy: developing a plan -begin with the end in mind
- Education: learning a new language called “governese”
- Registration: getting registered through SAM, going after certifications, registration opportunities, GSA Schedules
- Branding: creating an image that speaks to government buyers
- Marketing: your message and your method of communication
- Relationship: developing key relationships (it's not who you know, but who knows you back)
- Opportunities: sourcing opportunities – past awards, current projects & forecasts
- Proposal: writing winning proposals and bids
- Performance: delivering the product or service
- Compliance: contract management and complying to regulations
- Closure: closing out the contract appropriately
- The goal is not simply to win a contract; the goal is to be profitable