TargetGov Newsletter- Volume 7, Issue 16
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Billion Dollar Proposal Graphics Class


This class teaches participants how to develop clear, communicative, and compelling graphics for your next proposal, presentation, sales/marketing effort, or seminar. No design skills are needed to learn best practices, tips, tricks, and secrets for developing winning graphics for proposals that need to make a positive impression.
 
Bring your laptop and your real graphic challenge – any bad graphic or text you are struggling with.

Learning Outcomes
  • Turn complex ideas and text into easy-to-understand graphics
  • Influence and motivate your audience to buy your solution
  • Identify what imagery, colors, fonts, and styles to use and why
  • Stop making errors that cost you money, time, and credibility
  • Develop graphics that are right the first time
  • Write up to 50% faster


Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $745
Credits: 7 CPEs or CLPs
Location: bwtech@UMBC North Campus, 5520 Research Park Dr. Suite 100, Baltimore, MD 21228

 

For more information and to register click here

The Government Contracting Institute is an Education Partner with NCMA. Participants earn CPEs and CLPs for classes and webinars. Visit us online to learn more about the training offered.

What's Inside?

Billion Dollar Proposal Graphics Class

Upcoming TargetGov Webinars

TargetGov Blog: Could Details Be Costing You Millions


Leveraging the WOSB Program

WIPP's myContracting Magazine

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Upcoming Events
 
Find out if the TargetGov team will be attending an event near you. Check out the list below of upcoming events where we'll be participating.
We hope to see you there.

If you'd like Gloria Larkin, President of TargetGov or any of the TargetGov team at your next event - please contact us here.
TargetGov Webinars
 
Join us for one or all three educational webinars. In just 60 minutes, we’ll provide you with the specialized training you need to handle government contracting challenges — all from the convenience of your office. 
 
The Ins and Outs of Joint Venture Agreements
Date: Thursday, September 25, 2014
Time: 1:00- 2:00 pm ET
Presenters: Pam Mazza and Jon Williams, Piliero Mazza

Win or Lose: Take Advantage of the Proposal Debriefing
Date: Thursday, October 16, 2014
Time: 1:00- 2:00 pm ET
Presenters: Gloria Larkin, TargetGov

Why and How to Use Sources Sought Notices and RFIs to Your Advantage
Date: Thursday, November 20, 2014
Time: 1:00- 2:00 pm ET
Presenters: Gloria Larkin, TargetGov

To view all webinars offered and to register click here
Could Details Be Costing You Millions?
TargetGov Blog
By: Ben Souder

A recent report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) highlights a case that is very important to keep in mind when dedicating time and resources to proposals. It is important to comply with the specifications when delivering proposals, as the companies who protested this decision can now attest to. They lost a contract worth millions of dollars because they didn’t comply with the specified page limitations and the GAO’s ultimate decision was, “we deny the protests.”

So what happened? - Read the rest here.
Leveraging the WOSB Program
 
Gloria Larkin, President of TargetGov, along with Rose Wang, Founder & CEO of Binary Group, and Ann Sullivan, President of Madison Services Group, discuss the programs woman owned businesses can leverage to receive prime contract awards, which federal agencies have top marks for meeting WOSB goals, and the objectives of the organization WIPP (Women Impacting Public Policy) with host Jim McCarthy. This previously recorded TV broadcast is available for viewing anytime on the Government Contracting Weekly website.

July 1 Begins Final Quarter of the Federal Fiscal Year
Strategize & Execute Now to Increase Sales

 
By: Gloria Larkin
WIPP's myContracting Magazine


The federal government agencies follow a fiscal year beginning October1 and ending September 30. We have just entered the final quarter starting July 1. Historically, over $150 billion will be spent in the next three months with companies both large and small receiving competitive and single source contracts.

Whatever monies federal agencies and military operations have not yet spent will go to the vendors who have built a proactive strategy targeting and building relationships with decision-makers. 
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