D2DInc’s guest blog for Sisarina’s Govcon Series

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, [...]

April 19, 2010

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 [...]

D2DInc Webinar – Should Your Company Get a GSA Schedule?

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 [...]

Creating Valuable Marketing Communications Materials

Effective communication with potential and existing government clients is key to the capture management process. Understanding how to deliver a consistent message using a variety of marketing communications materials makes your company stand out from your competition. To create strong marketing communications materials, you have to identify your target audiences and determine themes that, carried [...]

D2DInc's Monthly eNewsletter – Stay in The Know

Stay in the know about the government contracting industry. Sign up for D2DInc's monthly eNewsletter. We include articles about government contracting, proposals, and related topics. We also include information on upcoming opportunities - so you know what's coming out; upcoming events - so you know where to go to network and build relationships; and other [...]

Making the Most of Industry Days

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 [...]

September 2009

Molly K. Gimmel & Diana Dibble Kurcfeld’s 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 [...]

More Busy Season Proposal Tips

With the end of the government fiscal year looming, the contracting pace has picked up even more than in the previous few weeks. Many people/companies are working on multiple proposals, and in doing so are burning the midnight oil pretty much every night. Here are two more proposal tips to consider.Give your staff a break. [...]

WSJ Article "Small Businesses Chase Big Stimulus Money"

Diana Dibble Kurcfeld was recently interviewed by Victoria Knight for her August 10, 2009 Wall Street Journal article "Small Businesses Chase Big Stimulus Money". In this article Ms. Knight provides insights for small businesses interested in doing business with the government such as homework, paperwork, legwork, building relationships, and subcontracting. She also provides a dose [...]

Surviving the End-of-Fiscal Year Spending Crunch

The end of the federal government’s fiscal year is upon us. A lot of the solicitations that our clients have been waiting to be released are finally starting to come out – all at the same time. You may be in the same situation. Here are some suggestions to help you manage multiple proposals at [...]

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