"As a former Senior Federal Acquisition Professional, I understand first-hand how great the need is for high-quality support and guidance for the small business federal contracting community. For this reason, I am giving Federal Contracting Center my highest endorsement"
Senior Contracting Officer (ret.)
Department of Homeland Security
Federal Contracting Center (FCC) is a company that is dedicated to helping small businesses navigate the complex and often confusing world of federal contracting. The company was founded by Mike Major, a business owner who experienced firsthand the difficulties of competing in the federal market during the COVID pandemic.
FCC is made up of a team of experts with decades of experience in the federal contracting market. This includes former federal employees, data analysts, and a knowledgeable and experienced support staff that are well-versed in all aspects of federal contracting, from SAM.gov registration to market research to proposal development, GSA schedule processing, and more.
The goal of FCC is to help small business owners understand how to target, prepare, connect and compete in the federal contracting market. The company offers a wide range of services, including full registration support, federal profile optimization, capability statement design, website and online presence support, federal market research, professional consulting, proposal response support, GSA and certification processing, negotiation, and fractional business development outsourced talent.
According to the Small Business Administration, the average small business spends $80,000 to $130,000 and up to two years pursuing their first federal award. FCC believes that improved education, enhanced targeting, more acute support, and a focus on results-oriented guidance can dramatically reduce costs and improve outcomes for small business federal contractors. For example, many small business federal contractors are encouraged to pursue contracting assets such as certifications (including 8(a), HUBZone, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, Veteran-Owned, and Woman-Owned) or Master Contracting Agreements (such as a GSA Schedule) without understanding its relevance for their industry or how to monetize the asset. Alternatively, FCC encourages customers to conduct in-depth market research to understand better who their target audience is in the federal market and then determine how they buy (including evaluating the relevance of certifications and GSA Schedule).
FCC's mission is to arm every small business with the knowledge, skills, and support they need to succeed in the federal contracting market. The company's goal is to help small businesses navigate the often-complex world of federal contracting and find new and innovative ways to win contracts and grow their businesses.
In conclusion, Federal Contracting Center is a valuable resource for small businesses looking to succeed in the federal market. The company's team of experts can provide guidance and support in all aspects of federal contracting, from registration and profile optimization to market research, proposal development, and GSA schedule processing. With FCC's help, small businesses can navigate the complex and often confusing world of federal contracting and find new and innovative ways to win contracts and grow their businesses.
How We Help
FEDERAL BD SERVICES
Imagine being able to clearly map out your strategy to identify your ideal customers in the federal market, know exactly what they are looking for from your business, know how to best connect with them, and be in a position to respond to a request for the exact type of work you specialize in...and being able to repeat the process at scale.
We Help you Target
We review recent federal spending data to identify your best federal targets.
We Help you Prepare
Based on the preferences of your target audience, we align your federal profile with their "Buying DNA".
We Help you Connect
We teach (and employ) strategies and tactics observed by - and later used by - a former Federal Contracting Officer turned Federal Contractor.
We Help You Respond
As opportunities become available, we help you build out your response strategy and artifacts.
…At Federal Contracting Center, we believe this strategy will significantly reduce you're cost, accelerate your timeline, and increase your odds of success in the federal contracting market.
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