Contracts and Grants, LLC

Upcoming events

    • 27 Feb 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Atlanta Office or Conference Call
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    How to Identify and Capture Opportunities

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    Finding the right federal contracting opportunities for your organization hinge on a effective vetting strategy. But once your team has found the best RFPs for your capabilities, it’s time to formulate a plan to go after them. 

    In this training, the you will learn how to implement your vetting plan to find and respond to the federal contracting opportunities your organization is best-suited to fulfill.

    What You Will Learn in This Course

    This course will teach you how to:

    • Analyze your competitors
    • Research your target government agencies
    • Find federal contracts that are the best fit for your organization
    • Rank the opportunities so you can narrow them down just the ones you have the best chance of getting
    • Create a bid strategy that will maximize your chances of winning the actual bid by aligning the goals of the government agency with the real capabilities of your current team

    Complete Course List for The Road to Government Contracts

    1. Orientation (FREE)
    2. Develop Your Mobilization Plan
    3. Develop Your Vetting Plan
    4. Identify and Capture Opportunity
    5. Develop Your Work Plan
    6. Pricing Strategy: Pricing for Profit
    7. Cost Loading
    8. Proposal Preparation
    9. Proposal First Draft
    10. Proposal Second Draft
    11. Proposal Final Draft
    12. Third Party Review
    13. Proposal Submission
    14. Proposal Evaluation
    15. Strategic Plan and Capture
    16. Group Q&A
    17. One-On-One Consultation

    • 6 Mar 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Atlanta Office or Conferece Call
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    Developing Your Work Plan



    Your federal contracting work plan is the crux of your strategy for moving into – or expanding in – the federal contracting arena.

     

    The work plan is the keystone document of your project. It is where the goals and objectives from your proposal are broken down into a series of actionable tasks which, when completed, will bring your project to life.

     

    What You Will Learn in This Course

    Learn how to create an effective workplan that will help you:

    • Objectively define the roles and responsibilities of your team
    • Create accountability and tracking measures to ensure your basis are covered during the bid process
    • Identify outside teaming partners

    Developing your work plan will take lots of time and work, but it is a crucial part of preparing your team to pursue federal contracting opportunities.



    • 13 Mar 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Atlanta Office or Conference Call
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    Introduction to Grants: Going From Idea to 501( c)3


    Should You Turn Your Idea into a Nonprofit?

    Every business, every organization, every social movement that makes an impact in the world starts as an idea. As plentiful as ideas are, it can tough to figure out which ideas deserve a plan of implementation and which ideas are best left in your imagination. 

    Most founders, whether tech innovators or community activists, finally make the decision to follow up their ideas with action because something about the idea itself tugged at them. The journey of taking your idea and transforming it into a nonprofit organization that serves a greater good can be daunting. 

    Bringing a good idea to life requires more than just desire. You will need to have the right people on your team.  You need access to information and upcoming opportunities. You need capital to run your nonprofit organization successfully.  

    What This Workshop Will Cover

    Going from Idea to 501(c)3 will walk you through the initial steps every nonprofit founder takes to organize and launch a 501(c)3 that is positioned for success.  When you are done with this session, you will  know:

    • How to objectively assess your idea to determine if it should be a nonprofit
    • How to identify your vision and mission for your organization
    • How to legally organize a nonprofit corporation in your state
    • How to apply for 501(c)3 tax-exempt status with the IRS 
    • How to develop a strategy and business plan for your organization
    • How to recruit people to your cause
    • How to get access to the resources you need to launch your organization
    Come to this workshop with your pen, your pad, and your questions. Use this short, but crucial course as the foundation for all future endeavors as a nonprofit founder. You will benefit from understanding these basic strategies of launching a successful nonprofit organization. Click here to sign up.


    • 20 Mar 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Atlanta Office or Conference Call
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    Getting Funding for Your 501(c)3


    Should You Turn Your Idea into a Nonprofit?

    All organizations require adequate resources to function. For most nonprofits, a significant portion of their operating capital comes as a direct result of fundraising efforts.  Getting the funding you need to support your organization's mission is crucial to the success and effectiveness of your nonprofit. 

    Getting Funding for Your 501(c)3 is designed to give you a 30,000-foot view of how successful nonprofits structure their organizations to make them grant-worthy. Learn the best strategies for you to position your organization to win funding opportunities. 

    What This Workshop Will Cover

    When you are done with this interactive workshop, you will  know:

    • How to prepare your organization for growth
    • How to position yourself in the public sector so your organization and mission resonate with funding agencies
    • How to find funding in both the public and private sectors
    • How to create a culture that supports fundraising as critical to your overall mission
    • How to motivate your board to participate in fundraising efforts
    • The types of grant proposals that win funding 
    Come to this workshop with your pen, your pad, and your questions. Use this short, but crucial course as the foundation for all future endeavors as a nonprofit founder. You will benefit from understanding these basic strategies of launching a successful nonprofit organization. Click here to sign up.


    • 27 Mar 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Atlanta Office or Conference Call
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    How to Find the Right Grants and Funding Sources for Your Nonprofit


    Grants are the lifeblood of many nonprofit organizations. Beyond finding a grant writer, your Executive Director and development team must become master the art and become proficient in the science of finding grants and identifying funding sources that are the right fit for your organization.

    In this interactive workshop you will learn the best techniques to use to quickly and efficiently find grants. You will learn how to streamline and optimize your fundraising procedures so your development team can focus on building and strengthening the right relationships instead of searching for funds.

    What This Workshop Will Teach You 

    When you are done with this lively, interactive session, you will know:
    • How to create an actionable development plan that supports your funding needs
    • How to create a donor base
    • How to identify and vet public and private sector funding sources
    Come to the workshop with your pen, your pad, and your questions. Use this short, but crucial course as the foundation for all future endeavors as a nonprofit founder. You will benefit from understanding these basic strategies of launching a successful nonprofit organization. Click here to sign up.


    • 3 Apr 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • Atlanta Office or Conference Call
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    Introduction to Federal Contracting


    So You Want to Do Business with the Government 

    If you have ever considered doing business with your local, state, or federal government, you are not alone. The federal government alone spends nearly a half trillion dollars every year buying products and services from companies just like yours.  Making the transition from doing business in the private sector to selling to the government is a fantastic way to grow your business exponentially in a short amount of time.

    But you need a plan if you want to be successful as a government contractor. 

    We created this workshop to give you a bird's eye view of how you can prepare your business to find and  win government contracts. Find out the time-tested strategies that government contractors use to find opportunities that are a good fit for their organization. Find out how to reach out to government agencies and being the important task of building and managing relationships with procurement officers.

    What You Will Learn in This Workshop

    This interactive workshop will teach you:

    • What you need to do to prepare your business for government contracts
    • How to find government contracting opportunities in your community and state
    • How to find teaming partners to help you fulfill government contracts
    • How to position your business so that prime contractors can find you
    • What criteria government agencies use to determine if you're a good fit
    Come to the session with your pen, your pad, and your questions. Use this short, but crucial course as the foundation for all future endeavors as a government contractor. You will benefit from understanding these basic strategies of making a successful transition to government contracting. Click here to sign up.


ABOUT Contracts and Grants Online

Contracts and Grants Online  is a membership offered by Contracts and Grants, LLC  created to assist businesses identify opportunities, build new relationships, and find and win government and defense contracts and grants.

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