What is NexGen Mobilization?

NexGen Mobilization is a term I have coined. I have begun and will continue to use it to describe the process of actively reaching out to the Millennial and GenZ workforce to draw them into the government contracting and federal workforce.  Frequently I’ve spoken about the importance of this reinvigoration of the federal workforce and […]

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Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going

In the midst of tremendous global loss and change I’ve been blessed to be able to take this time to reflect and express gratitude for the professional and personal growth I’ve achieved this year.  Without the typical ability to travel and be social in the typical manner I like many have spent more time alone.  […]

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Small Business & Government Contracts: A Success Story

We’ve posted a few articles about the harrowing projections of 8(a) companies that successfully graduate out of the 8(a) program and make the leap to being a stable, small to mid-sized government contracting company.   Over the last few years I’ve been lucky enough to see a company defy the odds and use the 8(a) program […]

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Budgets, Voting & College Grads: How Are They All Connected?

The government shutdown was looming over the country for weeks. Now, in the wake of the Continuing Resolution (funding until December of this year), it is important to think about unintended consequences budget issues could have on the future of hiring. Government budget concerns impact directly impact the lives of Government employees and contractors. Some […]

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How to Make Your Website a Money Generating Machine

It’s already August and we are so excited to continue our Small Business Summer Series! This month we are talking all about website set up and best practices for how it should be used. Digital real estate can greatly benefit small businesses and because of that, we are chatting with Jayne Bayquen, master web designer […]

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6 Guidelines to Building a Strong Business

Continuing with our Small Business Summer Series, we are looking to Liz Kiel, a trace accountant and owner of Trace Financial, who provides very detailed accounting services for small businesses. Listed below are her top 6 guidelines to building a business that is financially sound – something we all want our businesses to be.  Being […]

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How to Start a Business (The Legal Way)

Welcome to our summer series! This is the first of our monthly articles dedicated to helping small businesses make sure they are building a strong foundation for success. After the effects of COVID-19, it became painfully apparent that not all businesses are set up in the most sound ways to be able to receive grants […]

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What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Business (and the Importance of Proper Set-Up)

The Corona virus and the threat of COVID-19’s impact on health systems has tested our country and the infrastructure we had in place. And as Americans deal with social distancing and other pandemic countermeasures small businesses are seeing additional, oftentimes unnecessary stress in particular. Why has this impacted small businesses especially? The answer is two-fold: many […]

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Contractors in the Time of COVID-19

COVID-19, the disease caused by the Corona Virus has proved to be a worldwide phenomenon resulting in thousands of deaths, overwhelmed health systems, and of course, whole economies shut down. This is unlike anything the world has seen today. Yet even in this seemingly bleak time, we as a collective, can choose to look at […]

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Why Small Businesses and Contractors Shouldn’t Fear Election Year

It’s no secret that elections impact economies. Every candidate has a stance on how to improve jobs, change taxes for the better (or worse), and how those, with other factors, will affect our nation’s economy. While we are not economists nor political analysts here at Precision Collective, we thought we would share ways in which […]

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