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Winning U.S. Federal Government Contracts

Winning U.S. Federal Government Contracts by Gregory A. Garrett

Winning U.S. Federal Government Contracts

Contributor(s)
By Gregory A. Garrett
Publish Date
10/05/2010
Product Line
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
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This book is a practical and informative guide for U.S. small businesses and emerging government contractors who need to quickly understand the unique and complex world of U.S. Federal Government contracts. This book is truly a comprehensive guide to the process of winning business with U.S. Federal Government agencies. A team of 10 leading U.S. Federal Government business experts in bid/proposal management, contract management, project management, supply chain management, accounting, and law have worked together to develop this one-of-a-kind book.

ISBN: 9780808024378
Pages: 351
SKU: 10028448-0001

Preface

Dedications

Acknowledgements

About the Principal Author

Introduction

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What Small and Emerging Government Contractors Must Know to Win Business with the U.S. Government

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 2: Becoming a Qualified Government Contractor

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 3: Identifying and Analyzing Opportunities and Risk in US Government Contracts

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 4: Building Contractor Teaming Agreements

By: John Williams

Chapter 5: Developing Winning Proposals

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 6: Obtaining US Government Contracting Vehicles and Understanding Contract Types

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 7: Understanding GSA - Federal Supply Schedules

By: John Williams

Chapter 8: Applying Contract Negotiations - Best Practices

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 9: Managing Government Subcontracts

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 10: Conducting Contract Administration - Challenges and Best Practices

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 11: Executing Contract Terminations and Closeout

By: Tom Reid

Chapter 12: Implementing Risk Management for Professional Services

By: Gregory A. Garrett

Chapter 13: Mitigating the Risk of Litigation

By: Robert A. Burton, Paul Debolt, and Terry Elling

Chapter 14: Support Services for Small and Emerging Government Contractors

By: Renee Watts and Susan Holloway

Appendices

Appendix A Key Acronyms

Appendix B List of Federal Agencies

Appendix C Glossary of Key Terms

Index

Contributor(s)

Gregory A. Garrett is a respected international educator, best-selling author, acclaimed business consultant, expert witness, and practicing industry leader. He has successfully led more than $35 Billion of high-technology contracts and projects during the past 30+ years. He has taught, consulted, and led contract and project teams in more than 40 countries. He has served as a lecturer for The George Washington University Law School and the School of Business and Public Management. He is the President and CEO, of Garrett Consulting Services International.

At Artel LLC, Mr. Garrett served as the Senior Vice President Operations, responsible for the P&L of a $250 Million global Information Technology, Cyber Security, Telecommunications, and Satellite Communications firm. He led the capture of over $1.5 Billion in new contracts and the doubling of company profits.

At Navigant Consulting, Mr. Garrett served as the Managing Director, Public Sector, responsible for the P&L of over $100 Million and leading a large team of top Information Technology and Financial Management consultants in providing a wide range of professional services to: more than 20 U.S. Federal Government agencies, to over 50 Fortune 500 companies, and expert witness services to numerous major law firms.

At Acquisition Solutions Inc., Mr. Garrett served as the Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the P&L of a $50 Million professional services and consulting company which provided contract management, supply chain management, program management, cost estimating, and information technology services to over 30 U.S. Federal Government agencies.

At Lucent Technologies, Mr. Garrett served as Chief Compliance Officer, Vice President Business Development, Vice President, Program Management, North America, Wireless. He also served as Chairman, Lucent Technologies Project Management Leadership Council, representing more than 2,000 Lucent project managers globally, and Director, Global Program Management Office at the company headquarters supporting $20 Billion of Information Technology and Telecommunication projects worldwide.

At ESI International, Mr. Garrett served as Executive Director of Global Business for a $100 Million global consulting and training firm, where he led the sales, marketing, negotiation, and implementation of bid/proposal management, project management, commercial contracting, and government contract management training and consulting programs for numerous Fortune 100 multinational corporations, government agencies and small businesses worldwide, including: ABB, AT&T, BellSouth, Boeing, IBM, Inter-America Development Bank, Israel Aircraft Industries, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, NCR, NTT, Panama Canal Commission, SBC, United States Trade Development Agency, United Nations, and the United States Department of Defense.

Formerly, Mr. Garrett served as a highly decorated military officer for the United States Air Force, awarded more than 17 medals, badges, and citations. He completed his active duty career as the youngest Acquisition Action Officer, in the Colonel’s Group Headquarters USAF, the Pentagon. He was the youngest Division Chief and Professor of Contracting Management at the Air Force Institute of Technology where he taught advanced courses in contract administration and program management to more than 5,000 people from the Department of Defense and NASA. Previously, he was the youngest Procurement Contracting Officer for the USAF Aeronautical Systems Center, where he led more than 50 multi-million dollar negotiations and managed the contract administration of over $15 billion in contracts for major weapon systems. He served as a Program Manager at the Space Systems Center, where he managed a $300 million space communications project.

Mr. Garrett is a Certified Professional Supply Manager of the Institute for Supply Management. He is a Certified Project Management Professional of the Project Management Institute and has received the prestigious PMI Eric Jenett Project Management Excellence Award and the David Cleland Project Management Literature Award. He is a Certified Professional Contracts Manager, and a Fellow of the National Contract Management Association. He has received the NCMA National Achievement Award, NCMA National Educational Award, the NCMA Charles Delaney Literature Award, and the NCMA Blanche Witte Memorial Award for outstanding service to the contract management profession.

A prolific author, Mr. Garrett is the best-selling and award winning author of 22 published business books, which have sold millions of copies worldwide. He has also authored more than 100 published articles on bid/proposal management, supply chain management, contract management, cost estimating and contract pricing, project management, and leadership.

Mr. Garrett resides in Oakton, Virginia with his wife Carolyn. He is the proud father of three children - Christopher, Scott, and Jennifer.

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