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Does anyone do government contracting?

Veteran

Faith Leibman Narberth, PA

I am new to this field and have a number of questions.

17 September 2019 4 replies Small Business

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Veteran

Faith Leibman Narberth, PA

I am a woman owned, SDVOB business with an ATF license to sell tot he government (with the exception of destructive devices). Does anyone know a contractor (or I can fill the role of a sub-contractor for a non-set aside business) currently or someone in the past who can help me accomplish my very first sale? My email address is: fleibman@gradcenter.uny.edu

Veteran

Faith Leibman Narberth, PA

I am a woman owned SDVOB certified contractor working on my 8a and have an ATF license but would like to "partner"/subcontract with someone who might be interested in this line of work and who knows something about government contracting. My father (of blessed memory- a WWII infantryman) took all his knowledge and contacts from the Frankford Arsenal, Quartermaster, etc. with him when he left... I can be reached at fleibman@gradcenter.cuny.edu (just finished my second Ph.D.!) . I really need help starting this next career - any and all help is respectively appreciated (that means Greg and Robert as well!)

Advisor

Greg Hayley Pueblo, CO

Between Active Duty and Industry, I have over 30 years of Government contracting. I'd be glad to offer what assistance I can.

Greg Hayley
Greg.Hayley@AECOM.com

Advisor

Robert Rahni New York, NY

Hi Faith, thank you for your service and for posing this question. I may have some folks in my network who could shed some insight into your questions pertaining to the government contracting space.

Feel free to privately message me your questions, or better yet, if you are comfortable please post your questions in this post for the entire ACP AdvisorNet community to view. You may receive greater traction that way.

Either way, looking forward to helping you!

Best,
Robert

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