41,000 people visited the GTPAC web site 63,000 times in calendar year 2014, viewing individual pages 119,000 times. That’s a 10 percent increase in number of visitors and pages compared to a year ago!
An analysis shows that the following were the dozen most-read articles and resources of 2014. Each headline below is hyper-linked to the story:
- What is a Capabilities Statement and why should I have one?
- It’s a mistake to rush into the SAM vendor registration process
- What is a “Sources Sought”? Here’s the answer!
- The 2 most important parts of a gov’t solicitation — and why you should pay attention to them
- Company using 60 business names and 50 websites sued by FL attorney general for misleading businesses about GSA Schedule process
- Which Georgia firms are winning federal contracts?
- DLA is about to make contractor shipping easier
- What’s an “elevator speech”? And why you need one!
- Subcontracting could be your starting point into the government market
- Beware of ‘government vendor registration’ websites that charge a fee
- SAM.gov registration is free, and help with SAM is free, too
- Small Business Specialists and how they can help you
And what topics did visitors to GTPAC’s web site search for most in 2014? Below is a list of the top dozen and, again, each one is hyperlinked:
- iSearch (GTPAC’s powerful government contracting opportunities search engine)
- GSA Schedule Resources
- Small Business
- Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB)
- Request for Proposal (RFP)
- System for Award Management (SAM)
- Davis-Bacon Act
- Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)
- NAICS Codes
- NIGP Codes
Be sure to visit the GTPAC web site regularly for all the latest news and information about doing business with the government. New information and resources are posted every weekday!