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Capability Statements may be your most important marketing tool. This training will be hosted via webinar. This learning session will impact the knowledge and hands-on training as you create a powerful capabilities statement for your company, and reveal how to develop and use a Capability Statement. Moreover, learn industry tactics to foster new and improve existing relationships with decision makers and contracting officers.
An effective Capability Statement can open doors to billions of dollars that will be won in 2020 government contracts. Unfortunately, most contractors make the huge mistake of taking a “one size fits all” approach by providing the same generic Capability Statement for every opportunity.
A well-executed Capability Statement will provide proof of your qualifications and past performance, amplify your valuable strengths and set you apart from your competition. It is a required passport for all levels of government contracting, including federal state, city, county and municipalities and is often necessary in government registration processes.
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