Government Contracting Myth No. 4: It’s better to be a subcontractor because primes are too exposed | Timothy Sullivan Partner – Thompson Coburn LLP | FederalNewsRadio.com

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Every contract presents risk, but a smart subcontractor realizes this and takes careful and prudent steps to mitigate that risk, says contracting expert Tim Sullivan. This column is the latest in the series, 10 Myths of Government Contracting.

Source: Government Contracting Myth No. 4: It’s better to be a subcontractor because primes are too exposed | Timothy Sullivan Partner – Thompson Coburn LLP | FederalNewsRadio.com

Follow The Yellow Brick Road: Why Compliant Proposals Are So Hard | Ellen Perrine – Vice President | AOC Key Solutions

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There is a common misconception that developing a compliant proposal is relatively easy, but this not true. Here are 7 steps for ensuring RFP compliance.

Source: Follow The Yellow Brick Road: Why Compliant Proposals Are So Hard | Ellen Perrine – Vice President | AOC Key Solutions

4 strategies that can kill your recompete | Bob Lohfeld – CEO – Lohfeld Consulting Group | Washington Technology

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Proposal guru Bob Lohfeld shares the four most common strategic mistakes incumbments make when pursuing a recompete. Do you know what to avoid?

Source: 4 strategies that can kill your recompete | Bob Lohfeld – CEO – Lohfeld Consulting Group | Washington Technology

How to write a good proposal | Montgomery County, Department of General Services, Office of Business Relations and Compliance

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Montgomery County, Department of General Services, Office of Business Relations and Compliance vendor outreach event on March 15, 2012 — “How to write a good proposal”.

Two speakers are Ms. Pam Jones, Chief of Office of Procurement and Ms Jackie Wolfe, CEO of Wolfe Proposals. The video is closed captioned.

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