August 30, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
This webinar will provide an explanation of the most common mistakes that both new and experienced government contractors tend to make. These mistakes can lead to short and long term consequences that could cause significant financial impact on a company. Examples, best practices and mitigation strategies will be discussed. This course is a critical foundation of knowledge for companies considering their entry into the federal space, fledgling federal government contractors and may be a refresher for more experienced contractors. Participants will learn the most important aspects of being a successful government contractor and will learn strategies to ensure positive performance as a federal government contractor. Unique elements of the SBIR/STTR Program as it relates to strategies for success will also be discussed.
Presenter: Stephanie Amend is the Managing Partner of Arrowhead Solutions; a full-service solutions provider for government contractors. Stephanie founded Arrowhead Solutions in 2009 with the goal of providing companies with the extra knowledge and manpower they need to succeed in the world of government contracting and start-up culture. Specializing in capture management, proposal preparation, contract management, subcontracts, and compliance, as a company, Arrowhead provides skill sets not commonly available to many smaller government contractors. Stephanie also provides business coaching for start-ups, teaming and partnering consulting and growth strategy sessions. Arrowhead Solutions is headquartered in Colorado; however, Arrowhead reaches clients nationwide. Stephanie is a Level II Certified Acquisition Professional and possesses a BSA and an MBA. As a member of the small business community, Stephanie is the Vice President of the Salida Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, is an advisor for the Small Business Development Centers of Colorado and the former President of the Board of Directors for the Denver Chapter of the National Contract Management Association.