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Develop a Strategy – Execute with Knowledge

Companies who make the commitment to do business in the Federal marketplace should always begin with establishing a strategy. This strategy will prove valuable to their success with obtaining new business (Win).

State and Local Data Now Available

Announcing the integration of state, county, and city procurement opportunities. Bidspeed is dedicated to bringing you the most opportunities possible, and the recent addition of this new data in a bold step in the path of our vision. Our new support staff and network...

What we’ve learned

When we launched Bidspeed almost 4 years ago we had a somewhat different vision of where we would end up. Our first thought was that we were a tool that would help tame the madness that is Federal contracting. So we built that, and, as far as we can tell from our...

Increase to Small Business Contracting Goal 23-25% Enforced

Small businesses could see themselves benefiting from new legislation being passed. To enforce that small busiensses contracring rules are followed, on Jan. 31 the Governemtn Efficiency Through Small Business Contracting Act was passed. This bill raises the annual...

Bidspeed University

To access Bidspeed University please click here Bidspeed's simple training platform called Bidspeed University is now open. Here we will be teaching you everything you need to know to use Bidspeed effectively and properly. Bidspeed University has information for...

3 Steps for Small Businesses to Win Federal Government Contracts

The first thing you must know before attempting to respond to a Federal Government solicitation, is you must know your companies capabilities. What is your company good at? What have you done in the past? What can you provide to the Federal Government? The wrong idea is to first find what the Government is purchasing and then trying to produce that.