Boone initially got involved in government contracting to solve a big problem: technology that could help our warfighters was out there but it wasn’t getting into their hands. In many cases, that’s because the acquisition lifecycle is indeed long, convoluted, and expensive—often prohibitively so—for small, cutting-edge technology companies to break into.
Whether you’re just starting to think about selling your product or service to the government or have a long record of experience in the field, the process of working with the federal government can be intimidating. For newcomers, it can be particularly daunting. We’ve put together five tips to keep in mind when seeking government contracts.
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