GRL STAGE 1 – QUALIFICATION

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LEARN IF YOU QUALIFY.

The United States is a customer that spends over $400 billion per year, and buys just about everything.

“Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anyone else expects of you. Never excuse yourself.”

Henry Ward Beecher
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Opportunity

Your Biggest Client.

The federal government spends hundreds of billions of dollars each year on virtually every product or service imaginable. If it’s sold in the commercial market, chances are the government buys it as well.

However, the federal government is different than the commercial market in one important way – there are rules in place that require the federal government to buy from small and disadvantaged companies.

As a result, small and disadvantaged companies earn over $75 billion in federal contracts annually.

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Challenge

Many Don’t Succeed.

Most companies qualify to sell to the federal government.

However, the federal government only buys products and services from a small percentage of qualified companies.

When determining if your company qualifies to sell to the federal government, you must also evaluate if your company is ready to invest the time, money and energy required to successfully sell to the federal government.

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Solution

We Help You Find Answers.

FedBiz Access will assist you in assessing your company’s readiness to sell to the government.

We’ll evaluate your company attributes, industry and competition, and help you understand the minimum requirements to compete for and win federal contracts in your industry.

Armed with this knowledge, you can make an informed decision about moving forward as an aspiring federal contractor.

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Leverage our experience when investing in your business to get the support you need and save your valuable time.

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