Why should a company pursue government contracts?
One word: Consistency. The government will never shut down (permanently). The government is the one constant in today's changing environment. Bonus: They always pay their bills. Breaking into the government sector requires specialized skillsets, which are needed to navigate the complex terrain of government contracting.
How do I know that E3 are the right consultants for me?
How are you different?
Since opening our doors, we are proud to say we have built a loyal and long-term consultant and client base. Our team stays with us because we believe happy consultants equals happy clients. Plus, our team have captured billions in recognized revenue for our clients and trillions in IDIQ awards. Bottom line: we understand how to win government contracts.
How do you customize your services for niche organizations? My culture/office/staff are different than anything you've seen.
This is a very common question. The fundamental methodologies for BD, Capture, and B&P don't change based on industry. Meaning we can execute our services across any industry domain; products or services. Our consultants have worked across public, private, and non-profit sectors, including disciplines such as: aerospace, telecommunications, wireless communications, acquisition management, information technology, information assurance, healthcare, data governance, human capital, human resources, financial management, audit, Certified Public Accountants, and more.
It looks like E3 specializes in helping companies find and win government contracts. How do you support the public sector?
Great question! Besides helping companies win government contracts, E3 has successfully partnered with companies to provide consultants to the government. Usually this occurs when a company needs to round out their socioeconomic quals on their team, since E3 is an SBA-certified EDWOSB and WOSB, and a state of Maryland MBE, DBE, and WBE.