Solomon Bruce Consultants have extensive experience in government contracting. We have developed, evaluated, performed, and analyzed government contracts. In short, we understand what is required to gain a successful government contact. And once the contract is awarded we understand how to fulfill the contract in a manner profitable to the business owner.
Government contracting is a challenge that any business must carefully consider before embarking on the journey.
Solvency and the ability to sustain business operations through long government payment cycles is also a factor that many new government contractors fail to consider.
These are questions that our consultants can assist you with as you consider pursuing government contracting.
We also provide a “Red Team” analysis of your proposal against the requirements of the government solicitation. We review your proposed response to the solicitation to insure that you what you propose is what the government is seeking. This analysis, with our experienced contracting consultants, allows a government contractor a “fresh set of eyes” on your response before it is submitted and reviewed by the government buying activity.
Government contracting is an excellent way in which to increase the visibility of your business as well as deliver a superior product to the marketplace. The paperwork challenges for government contracting can become daunting—quality control charts, cost expense forms, labor time charts, general and overhead allowance budgets are just some of the fiscal documents that many government contracts require for a successful government contractor.
Solomon Bruce Consulting experts can help your firm develop the necessary tools and documentation required for being a successful government contractor! Perhaps your firm already has managerial tools that your firm uses on a daily basis. We can help review and if needed, modify and adapt those tools to the government requirements. Our experts can ensure that your contract fulfills everything that the government has requested in their solicitation.