Guy Timberlake

Guy Timberlake is a Founding Partner of Government Contractors, as well as Chief Visionary Officer and Chief Executive Officer of The American Small Business Coalition (The ASBC), an innovative membership, education and networking organization aiding companies around the world with finding, qualifying and winning business opportunities in the government sector, and assisting government agencies with identifying viable industry partners to support their business and mission requirements.

Under Guy's leadership, The American Small Business Coalition is credited with enhancing the knowledge, skills and confidence of small government contractors, facilitating hundreds of productive partnerships between small, mid-tier and large companies, and contributing to the successful capture of contracts and subcontracts resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in receivables for member companies and contract and corporate employment opportunities for thousands of individual professionals.

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For me, fair opportunity is not the best value in Simplified Acquisitions for agencies or small business concerns. With the recent increases to the micro-purchase threshold and the simplified acquisition threshold as a result of the 2018 NDAA, there is much more attention being paid to these procurement methods than ever before by Government and Industry. A respected
Originally published May 16, 2017 on GovConVoices Having started my journey in the federal contracting community close to 30 years ago, I’ve seen quite a few changes in policy and process that have both improved and degraded the ability of small business concerns to participate as contractors and subcontractors. I’m not referring solely to changes where
Do you know the difference between a BOA, BPA and GWAC? Understand how agencies leverage Purchase Orders versus Delivery and Task Orders? You’re far from alone if you don’t. However, if you have responsibility for consuming procurement data in the course of developing and implementing strategy to find and win federal contracts (and subcontracts) you
Originally published February 2, 2017 on GovConVoices Having been a part of the federal contracting community for close to 30 years, I’ve seen quite a few changes in policy and process that have both improved and degraded the ability of small business concerns to participate as contractors and subcontractors. I’m not referring solely to changes where
Over the years I’ve done a number of comparisons assessing the economic impact of federal contracting dollars on small business concerns by looking at the procurement methods and the types of contracts used by federal civilian, defense and intelligence agencies. This is one of those. My approach is to observe how many small companies received obligations at
There’s change afoot in government contracting that if adopted, could actually achieve the always elusive win-win scenario. Its origin? Quite literally the last place on Earth anyone would expect something like this to have roots. The business of contracting (and subcontracting) with civilian, defense and intelligence agencies of the federal government can be a tremendous

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