Q&A: Making Uncle Sam Your Customer

Goulding, Paul E.
May 1998
Financial Executive;May/Jun98, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p55
Academic Journal
The article presents an interview with Paul E. Goulding, a consultant and authority on the subject of government procurement. He does not believe that large firms necessarily have an advantage at obtaining contracts with the U.S. Government. In his view firms of all sizes should pursue public contracts. He asserts that pursuing government work requires a commitment of time, money, and resources.


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