Why You Should Have a ‘Resolution’ for Your Business

2020-02-06T10:49:45-05:00

Each year, Americans spend the first week of January planning their New Year’s Resolutions. We vow to exercise more, eat healthier, save money, travel more, drink less caffeine. These “goals” are well-meaning, but they’re also short-lived, according to modern statistics. [...]

Why You Should Have a ‘Resolution’ for Your Business2020-02-06T10:49:45-05:00

End of the Year Spending: How does the government kick off the new year?

2019-12-12T16:35:53-05:00

We’ve discussed the differing fiscal years within the government space and how you can leverage that information to win more business. However, no matter how distinct these fiscal years are, there’s one part of the standard calendar that affects every [...]

End of the Year Spending: How does the government kick off the new year?2019-12-12T16:35:53-05:00

The Low-Down on the Fiscal Year: When does the government buy?

2020-02-06T10:54:05-05:00

While most of us consider the fiscal year and the calendar year to be one-and-the-same (beginning in January, ending in December, just like we all learned in kindergarten), government entities operate on a completely different schedule. If you’re selling to [...]

The Low-Down on the Fiscal Year: When does the government buy?2020-02-06T10:54:05-05:00

Before the Storm: How Florida is preparing for Hurricane Dorian

2020-02-06T11:40:44-05:00

Right now, our home state of Florida is preparing for Hurricane Dorian. With every new update from the meteorologists, citizens are purchasing cases of water, buying batteries, and pulling shutters out. Floridians are canceling their Labor Day plans and instead [...]

Before the Storm: How Florida is preparing for Hurricane Dorian2020-02-06T11:40:44-05:00

Florida Arms Paramedics in Dangerous Situations

2020-02-06T11:42:48-05:00

A year ago, we discovered in GovSpend’s data that many cities and counties were beginning to purchase bulletproof vests specifically for EMT/EMS responders. This was to protect them when they enter potentially dangerous situations to assist someone who needs medical [...]

Florida Arms Paramedics in Dangerous Situations2020-02-06T11:42:48-05:00

How Subcontracting Can Help You Win More Government Business

2020-02-06T11:43:39-05:00

In your efforts to win more government business, have you explored subcontracting your company to a prime government contractor? In some cases, the federal government requires that subcontracting be included on prime contracts. Large prime contracts for goods and services [...]

How Subcontracting Can Help You Win More Government Business2020-02-06T11:43:39-05:00

Piggybacking Saves $50K, Earns Housing Authority First Ever Procurement Award

2022-03-04T14:24:58-05:00

GovSpend announced the winner of its first procurement award on February 2, 2018. This honor was awarded to Joe Ruggiero, Director of Capital Improvements at the Housing Authority of Monroe County, PA, for saving $50,000 dollars. This was fantastic and [...]

Piggybacking Saves $50K, Earns Housing Authority First Ever Procurement Award2022-03-04T14:24:58-05:00

A Spike in Bulletproof Vests… But They’re Not for Cops

2022-03-04T14:23:36-05:00

While digging through GovSpend's database, we discovered an interesting trend: More counties are purchasing bulletproof vests. What makes this so interesting? They’re not for the police force; they’re for the EMT/EMS responders. Why do EMTs need bulletproof vests? In theory, [...]

A Spike in Bulletproof Vests… But They’re Not for Cops2022-03-04T14:23:36-05:00