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The government contracting market is a daunting one with lots of governing regulations, hundreds of standard operating procedures, thousands of acronyms, and sometimes peculiar definitions for things like "fair and open competition" or "transparency." On this help page we're going to publish some helpful content on how to get started in the market, how to use the information and tools here on GovTribe to get in the game, and how to pair what you do in the real world with the intelligence you gather on this site. Please let us know your burning questions. There's plenty to cover so tell us what you'd most like to know.
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How to add a new business development Pursuit to a Pipeline based on an existing government opportunity.
So you've created a Pursuit from scratch. How and why do you connect it to a government contract opportunity?
How do you add new business development Pursuits to a Pipeline. Specifically, how and why do you create a Pursuit from scratch (not connected to an existing government contracting opportunity.)
Learn how to use GovTribe's Pipeline tool to get organized with business development management.
How and why we do what we do at GovTribe - giving you a single source for all available government contract information.
Learn how to browse and search federal agencies and offices.
Wondering what GovTribe is and what kind of information you can find here? Here's an overview of how to navigate your way through GovTribe.
We've recently launched a major upgrade for our users. A flexible, fully customizable, easy-to-use business development pipeline management tool is now a part of your GovTribe subscription.
It was early on a Friday morning. I had been awake all night, working with a team of people to get a proposal ready for a deal review. This was my first deal review and at this point, coffee had moved from stimulant to life support. After dusting the detritus of an all-nighter off my far from pressed suit, I walked into the deal review meeting. Shockingly, most of the people reviewing said deal were just getting started for the day. Must be nice.
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We just rolled a highly requested feature - Contract Vehicles. GovTribe now let's you view obligations, top vendors and active task orders for 50+ GSA Federal Supply Schedules and Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs):