Is The Future Of The Contracting Industry Going To Be Good Or Bad?

I have been asked this question by many people.   I can definitely give an answer to the question about whether the future of the contracting industry and whether it is going to be good or bad.

The answer is YES!

The future is entirely in your hands!  It depends upon whether you are going to prepare yourself for the coming changes.  The contracting industry is going experience huge changes.

The question becomes are you going to be ready?  A wise man once said that “success occurs when opportunity meets preparation.”


There are a couple of interesting articles that I have for your review!

“Deltek: Times are about to get tougher for contractors”

By Kevin Plexico, Published: June 10, 2012
After over a decade of growth, the government contracting industry is feeling the effects of a down market as appropriations for nearly every agency shrank last year. The federal information technology market has typically been insulated from fluctuations in spending, but a new Deltek study shows those days may be over.The analysis, which Deltek plans to release at its Federal IT MarketView 2012 conference on Thursday, shows that with only a few exceptions, agencies’ fiscal 2013 budgets are smaller than those of fiscal 2012.To read the complete article please click here.

“Study: Successful Government Contractors Foresee Growth Opportunities”

Government contractors with higher contract win rates are expecting to see continued growth in the future, especially for those who assess opportunities in cyber and cloud early. In addition, trade shows, conferences and thought leadership marketing play major roles in winning contractors’ positioning and success strategies.To read the complete article please click here.The bottom line is you need to prepare yourself now!  You need to develop a good marketing plan along with preparing to prosper in the 21st century.

We will be providing you information about how to succeed in future articles and programs.



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