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2016 Federal Government Contractor Study

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2016 Federal Government Contractor Study
 

This national study of federal government contractors focuses on top challenges and best practices of contractors with higher win rates, including the most effective marketing and business development activities, strategies to remain competitive and expected changes in budgets, staffing and new business strategies. Market Connections and Salesforce partnered to design the online survey of 200 federal government contractors, fielded in May 2016.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify best practices of winning government contractors
  • Identify challenges of marketing and business development professionals
  • Determine actions to remain competitive in the current federal government market
  • Measure effectiveness of marketing materials, activities and tools
  • Quantify changes in personnel, budgets, tools, teaming and communications among government contractors
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This national study of federal government contractors focuses on top challenges and best practices of contractors with higher win rates, including the most effective marketing and business development activities, strategies to remain competitive and expected changes in budgets, staffing and new business strategies. Market Connections and Salesforce partnered to design the online survey of 200 federal government contractors, fielded in May 2016.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Identify best practices of winning government contractors
  • Identify challenges of marketing and business development professionals
  • Determine actions to remain competitive in the current federal government market
  • Measure effectiveness of marketing materials, activities and tools
  • Quantify changes in personnel, budgets, tools, teaming and communications among government contractors
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