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Here's some tips on How to Secure a Federal or State Government Contract


Lesa Adeboye’, President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO), founded Alliance Group after over a decade as a contracts management professional. Alliance Group, headquartered in Atlanta, GA with offices in New York, NY, and Washington, DC, provides management consulting, professional services, and visual communications support to government, commercial and non-profit customers.


With over 25 years of experience in the federal government contracting space, Lesa is a respected subject matter expert in the field. Her expertise includes contract negotiation and administration, procurement, contract compliance, program/project management, and business development. Roles held over her professional career include Program Director, Director of Contract & Procurement, Compliance Officer, and Director of Business Development, for both Fortune 500 corporations and small businesses. Lesa has managed and administered federal contracts in support of agencies including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and Veterans Affairs (VA).


Lesa serves on the Leadership Advisory Board and is Membership Chair for Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), a non-partisan public policy organization that advocates on behalf of women and under-utilized businesses in the legislative processes of our nation. She was also named the 2022 Woman Owned Small Business Champion of the Year. Lesa is an alumnus of Georgia State University, Andrew Young School of Public Policy.


With all of this experience, Lesa gave us some tips on how to apply and secure a federal or state government contract.


Boss XL Mag - What is the main thing a company needs when applying for a government contract?


Lesa Adeboye - A company needs to ensure that they are formally established with its State Corporation office. The company must register to do business with the US Federal Government at SAM.gov, the US Government's online platform. I suggest that the company also visit the Small Business Administration (SBA) website, sba.gov for additional information on doing business with the federal government.


Boss XL Mag - Is there any difference between securing a federal or state contract?


Lesa Adeboye - There are differences, however, each government organization, whether federal, state, or local, requires companies to register with them to do business. Conducting a Google search "doing business with <insert justification name> " should take you to the organization's procurement website page.


Boss XL Mag - What are some hot industries that are needed in the government sector?


Lesa Adeboye - The Federal Government spends billions of dollars procuring products and services annually. "Hot industries" include Information Technology, such as Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence (AI), services and materials related to road and highway infrastructure repair, and healthcare products and services.


For more information on securing government contracts, contact Lesa Adeboye at:


Lesa Adeboye', President & CEO ALLIANCEGROUP, INC. a GreenRush Compliance, Inc. Company Email: lesa@allianceatl.com


Website: www.allianceatl.com

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