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Assisting channel partners to win government contracts can produce a steady stream of golden eggs. Provide your partners with greater insight into government contracts and the future spending plans of government agencies. With this information, your channel can develop strong agency relationships, positively impact the chance of submitting winning bids and confidently increase revenue for their company — and for yours.
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Indicators are pointing to improvements in government spending at the state and local level. Competition for contract opportunities is intensifying as the health of state and local continues to improve. In a competitive environment, it is critical to have a full understanding of government procurement so you don’t miss out on your share of the business.
With the current economic climate in Federal government, there is some uncertainty about future spending plans and opportunities in the public sector. Although some cuts may be imminent, several verticals will continue to be the focus areas and see growth in 2013.
In order to compete effectively for future government projects, you have to get in early with agencies. But the process of finding opportunities before bids and RFPs can be challenging. In fact, 60% of the marketing and business development professionals we surveyed said that they rely on existing agency relationships and word of mouth to find future projects. There’s an easier way to gather early market intelligence.