Government Business Blueprint

We know that having a well thought out plan better ensures success when executing a successful plan. While it is tempting to just begin responding to bids, it makes better sense to figure out who purchases the goods or services you sell and attempting to build relationships with them. Before you begin figuring that out, it makes sense to find out if indeed the government buys what you sell and, if so, will they buy what you sell at the prices you currently charge. Figuring these facts out before you attempt to sell to the US Government can save a lot of time and resources. ECG can assist you in finding this information which includes:

Determining who buys what you sell, if they buy the specific brand or type of service, and establishing how much they often pay for such products or services can help determine how a company would move forward with their plan.


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MYTH: Companies cannot do business with the federal government if they aren’t connected politically to the party in power.

FACT: The federal government’s procurement process is designed to be one of the most objective, transparent processes in the world of business. Contracting officers are forbidden to award federal contracts based on politics. Furthermore, elected officials are forbidden to interfere with the agency’s contracting process.