Everyone needs pest control services, including the more than 100,000 public sector entities in the United States. CEO Jonathan Kendrick knew that when he bought EagleShield Pest Control over 10 years ago. What he and his team didn’t quite know was how they were going to convince all of these potential customers that they needed EagleShield’s particular services.
The public sector is spending more money on computer, network equipment, and cellular telephones; technology equipment. This is consistent with the ever increasing demand for technology to assist governments in the achievement of productivity and efficiency.
The public sector is spending less money on highway construction, road supplies and maintenance. This may be due to capital improvement program schedules as well as a decrease in pricing for some supplies.
As more work gets moved online, the public sector is spending less money on printing and printing equipment. For the money they did spend, we see an overall increase in purchases from established contracts.
Teamwork. It is a concept that we’re taught to embrace at a very young age and engrained as the key to professional success. But, any company that has ever competed for a federal, state or local agency contract knows that government sales can be a very cut-throat business
Are you missing the important questions when it comes to bidding on government contracts. Could that be the reason you aren't getting the contracts?
Are you speaking the same solicitation language when it comes to government contract bidding? Learn the differences between an RFP, RFQ and a bid.
When first established in 2015, Spectra was focused on providing professional property management services to investors and owners in the Oklahoma area. However, with owner Denise Townsend’s 10+ years of experience in the industry, Spectra quickly become known for its quality, industry level skills and abilities, experience, dependability, organization, dedication, and professionalism.
Just like many businesses, Carver Electric was looking for new contracts and strategic ways to drive new growth. Recognizing the opportunities that exist in the public sector, Carver Electric instituted the BidSync subscription service to more efficiently pursue government-funded contracts and meet its business objectives.
Let’s face it… writing government bid submissions is almost always harder than delivering the quality product or service you’re proposing.
Every year, billions of dollars are spent by almost 100,000 U.S. state and local governments for a variety of goods, services, and constructions.