Our team will work with you to identify appropriate federal, state and local agencies and opportunities, and assist you in developing a government marketing strategy. We will guide you through the complex process of government registrations and assist you in becoming a qualified government contractor.
We can help you through the complex maze of registrations that are required to do business with the government. We can also assist you in the certification process applicable to your business.
We can match your company’s product or service with daily bid notices that show you what the government is buying or planning to buy. Our bid matching service saves you time and money by searching numerous databases for you!
Each year, more than $45 Billion in goods and services are purchased from GSA multiple award schedule contractors, including $11 Billion from VA multiple award schedule contractors. APEX Accelerator can provide more information about the GSA schedule program. If it is a good option for your company, we can assist you with the process to become a GSA contractor.
We can provide you with a technical description and important procurement information about the history of a particular product that has been assigned a national stock number (NSN).
We can provide you with copies of local, state, and federal government regulations, including military specifications (MIL-SPECS) and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR).
We offer monthly workshops on various government contracting subjects. Sessions include: Introduction to Government Contracting, System for Award Management, Capability Statements, Selling to the Government: Advanced Successful Strategies, GSA a Business Perspective, Responding to Solicitations, Doing Business with the State of Minnesota, and many more. Find out more about our upcoming Training & Events.
We’ll help you get started with your proposal, review it as it evolves, and recommend ways to make it stronger and more accurate once it’s drafted.
Our team can provide advice and assistance with respect to post-award functions. Understanding contract requirements such as service/product delivery requirements, quality, packaging, invoicing, and reporting are key components to becoming a successful government contractor.
We can help identify possible subcontracting opportunities with major prime contractors. Many prime contractors are required to look for small business suppliers to meet their contract requirements, and we can help you make that connection.