Our business associate (and frequent teaming partner) Sisarina Inc invited us to be a guest blogger for their govcon series. Click here to read our post "Get Your Small Business Up to Par for Government Work." We love working with them and highly recommend their services. About Sisarina: Sisarina is a fun-loving, dog-friendly, fast-paced, [...]
Boscobel Marketing Communications, Inc. and D2DInc announced today the release of the collaborative white paper, "Aligning Marketing and Business Development for Federal Success." Combining Boscobel and D2DInc's depth of knowledge in the Business to Government (B2G) arena, the white paper details essential tactics and ...strategies for winning federal procurements. If you would like to download [...]
Congrats to Molly Gimmel. She was invited to serve on the Advisory Board for the Nat'l Capital Area Minority Business Opportunity Center!Connect with us on Facebook! Lots of good stuff going on there!
Several GWACs and large agency IDIQ contracts are going to be open for bidders within the next few months. D2DInc is creating proposal templates for these opportunities that will be available for sale. Using our proposal templates will allow companies to ensure that their proposals are complete and compliant with all RFP requirements.The templates are [...]
D2DInc announces its 2010 webinar series on topics related to government contracting. The first webinar is Should Your Company Get a GSA Schedule?Government agencies award billions of dollars in contracts using GSA Schedules. Is this a good contract vehicle for your company to have? This webinar will discuss the eligibility requirements, the process for getting [...]
Working with the government requires a significant resource investment in marketing your products or services to program offices that buy what you sell. One of the most valuable resources available to you is the industry day. Many government agencies host regular industry days to meet with the business community. These events provide an opportunity for [...]
Molly K. Gimmel & Diana Dibble Kurcfelds ThinkBusiness Magazine September 2009 article, Surviving the End-of-Fiscal Year Spending Crunch, describes the fourth quarter of the federal government fiscal year (July 1-September 30) as one of the busiest times for government contracting. It is particularly challenging for businesses pursuing multiple opportunities, but have limited resources. In this [...]
"The Bid-No Bid Process An Overlooked, But Important Sales Process Tool." We wrote our May 2009 Think Business Magazine article on a business function that is well known by government contractors. For many companies it may not have formalized policies and procedures. Solid Bid/No Bid decisions can be the difference between winning and spending money [...]
Molly K. Gimmel & Diana Dibble Kurcfeld's ThinkBusiness Magazine May 2009 article, The Bid-No-Bid Process: An Overlooked, But Important Sales Process Tool, focuses a well-known business function by government contractors. Solid Bid/No Bid decisions can be the difference between winning aand spending money on an unwinnable effort.
Diana Dibble Kurcfeld teams up with Rose Financial Services to present a seminar emphasizing the importance of infrastructure. The seminar, Accounting Infrastructure for Government Contractors- What You Need to Know Before You Win the Contract, showcased Kurcfeld speaking about how a business can translate its accounting infrastructure into the company's marketing and proposal efforts. Rose [...]
Molly K. Gimmel speaks about GSA Schedules- what you need to know and how to administer contracts after award- at the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) GovCon Specialist Interest Group (SIG) meeting.
Contracting with the Federal Government is on everyone's mind because they are one of the few customers who is still buying during the economic downturn. With the Stimulus bill passed, there is even more interest and opportunities. D2DInc has been working diligently to ensure our clients are up-to-date on the federal contracting environment, and as [...]