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Have you always wanted to expand your government contracting outside your immediate area? Have you been nervous to do so in the past? This guide is a comprehensive solution for you. This condensed guide has all the best secrets and tips to make this grand endeavor a surefire success! You will increase your income potential substantially by utilizing subcontractors outside of your immediate area, so why not do it?

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The author has done his best to be as accurate as possible in the creation of this guide. Yet, there is no representation at any time that the contents of this guide are currently accurate, simply due to the rapid, ever changing content on the internet. All attempts to verify information have been made for this work but the seller assumes no responsibility for any errors, omissions or misconstrued/misinterpreted interpretation of the material within. This guide is to be used for entertainment purposes only. The author suggests that you use your own judgement and consider your individual circumstances before acting. The intention of this audiobooks is not for strict use as legal, financial, or personal advice. Again, this guide is to be used for entertainment purposes only.

©2019 Brad W. King (P)2019 Brad W. King

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Changed my mind

I haven't really thought about expanding my company much via government contracting but this book certainly showed me a new angle and how it could be possible. It's a big endeavor for any business but the way this book laid it out makes it sound feasible.

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Well laid out

I thought the information was clear and concise. I'm a very linear person and I really liked the straightforward delivery. If you're involved in government contracting or are considering it, the couple bucks are worth it.

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Interesting read

Some of the information went over my head, but that's on me. The book was helpful and insightful and has given me some new things to think about which is the point of any book, isn't it?

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Extra documents were much appreciated

I really appreciated the documents that were shared in the guide. They are very detailed and the fact that the writer made them available was appreciated.

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Great Information

Though short, the author who obviously has experience in this field shares a helpful roadmap for anyone who has been nervous about getting large contracts outside their region.

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very short not alot of original bbn info

not much original info but references are good. very short book not real comprehensive

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A Ruse

This info can be gotten through Acquisitions on the internet, and guess I am envious a bit, that I did not write one, as I know the ins and out of writing a government contract and also 2237s if they still have that forum. Oh Yeah, I know how Acquisitions work, plus a whole lot more.

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Not My Kind of Thing and Poor Audio Quality

I have no interest in government contracting, so take my review with a large grain of salt.
My first complaint is concerning the audio quality. The narrator, while being the author (which usually doesn't give me very high hopes), did a tolerable job of enunciating for a majority of the time. However, the quality of the audio itself was honestly distracting. There would be times when the narrator would look away from the mic in addition to things like tongue clicking that difficult to finish this (admittedly) short title.
In regards to the book itself, I don't feel like I was given any useful information. I feel that it would've been beneficial for the author to spend some time discussing - for example - what qualities a good subcontractor might have. I realize that such information would be pretty industry specific, which might be why the author did not address it, but I feel like the book just lacks useful material because it tries to be so general.