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3 marketing tips for selling to government in 2018 | Government Sales Insider

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Marketing to the federal buyer is all about knowing the right timing, methods and rules. The key to this is knowing where each opportunity is in the procurement cycle, who the primary influencers are in each phase and what information is most useful to each group.

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Tracking government “openness” changes in contracting

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Federal contracting officers are moving towards more openness in procurement, which is a step forward in the cumbersome federal procurement process, according to Michael Fischetti, executive director of the National Contract Management Association.

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What is FBO?

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The advantage of FBO to industry is its extremely low barrier to entry. Anyone who is interested can sign up and view open market solicitations on FBO.

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What the government’s latest report card really means

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If the federal government were our 8th grade son or daughter, their cell phone would probably be taken away for the rest of the school year.

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The 3 DOD trends you need to know | Government Sales Insider

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As we prepare for the Department of Defense FY18 budget briefing we’ll deliver at this year’s Government IT Sales Summit, we’ve been able to take a step back and look across the DOD to identify department-wide trends, initiatives and happenings.

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Here are the top 5 public sector tech trends for FY18 | Government Sales Insider

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There are only two days left in the federal government’s 2017 fiscal year. Are you ready for 2018?

While we still don’t know the amounts for federal IT budgets, we do know the government IT sector is a healthy one at around $80 billion a year. Add in state and local governments and educational institutions and you have a market valued at more than $180 billion.

Source: Here are the top 5 public sector tech trends for FY18 | Government Sales Insider

Government IT Sales Summit | Government Sales Insider

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Success in business is all about connections. Strong liaisons between tech companies, solution providers and end-users are crucial to making the wheels of our industry turn. The 4th Annual Government IT Sales Summit brings together nearly 1,000 solution providers, systems integrators and IT manufacturers looking for Crucial Connections to expand their reach and grow their bottom line.

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What is a solicitation? | Government Sales Insider

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In our last “What is…?” post, we covered one of the basics of federal contracting: the concept of a prime contractor and subcontractors, or “primes” and “subs.” However, we left a key question unanswered – how does the government actually decide which company to award prime contracts to?

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Make crucial connections at this year’s Summit | Government Sales Insider

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When business leaders talk about what contributes to their company’s success, they often point to the importance of strong relationships in their industry. In the government IT ecosystem, having strong connections with channel partners, tech suppliers and government end-users is crucial for growing revenue.

That’s why the theme for our 4th Annual Government IT Sales Summit is “Crucial Connections.” Taking place Nov. 16, 2017, in Reston, VA, this year’s Summit will help make those crucial connections between top solution providers, IT manufacturers, systems integrators and resellers.

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What is a prime and a sub? | Government Sales Insider

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So far in our “What is…?” series, we’ve covered some of the basics of selling commercial items to the federal government, and with good reason – at immixGroup, our suppliers and partners are in the commercial business, and we care about the way our customers buy our products.

Source: What is a prime and a sub? | Government Sales Insider

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