D2DInc to attend WOSB Conference

On March 24, D2DInc will be attending the U.S. Department of Education Office for Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization's Women-Owned Small Business Conference. Emma Troxler will be representing D2DInc, so if you're there make sure to say hi! If you're looking for a teaming partner, be sure to check out our services page to see [...]

March 11th, 2016|News|

Now is the Time to Plan for Inclement Weather

Washington, DC saw record levels of snow in February 2010. The federal government was closed for four days. These two events on their own are daunting situations. Combined, they wreak havoc on government contractors. Kudos to the D2DInc staff for really working together to ensure deadlines were met and projects and proposals continued forward. We [...]

November 16th, 2010|Government Contracting|

June 2009

Molly K. Gimmel & Diana Dibble Kurcfeld’s ThinkBusiness Magazine discusses planning as an important phase of government contracting. The bulk of the Federal Government spending is done during the 4th quarter of the fiscal year (July through September). This article,Preparing for the Government Fiscal Year 4th Quarter Spending , emphasizes the need to plan for [...]

June 27th, 2009|News|

Think Business Magazine June 2009 Issue

Planning is an important phase of government contracting. The bulk of the Federal Government spending is done during the 4th quarter of the fiscal year (July through September).Check out our article "Preparing for the Government Fiscal Year 4th Quarter Spending" in the June issue of Think Business Magazine. We talk about the need to plan [...]

June 2nd, 2009|Government Fiscal Year|

Molly & Diana's Speaking Engagements for May

The passing of the Stimulus bill and the finalizing of the federal government budget have had numerous positive effects on the government contracting community. Money is now available so projects are moving forward, solicitations are being released, and contracts are being awarded. It’s amazing because not too long ago, many companies were suffering. These same [...]

May 4th, 2009|Uncategorized|