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Bradley Wyatt

Bradley Wyatt is an Account Manager for Winvale’s Public Sector Partner Program where he currently manages a diverse portfolio of Information Technology, Hardware, Software, and Services Channel Distribution Partner Accounts to accelerate their sales within the Public Sector. Bradley is a native of Fredericksburg, Virginia and a graduate from James Madison University with his Bachelor’s of Science in Public Policy and Administration.

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Government

Biden’s Address to Congress Requests Infrastructure Investments and Increased Government Spending

By: Bradley Wyatt
May 17th, 2021

President Joe Biden delivered his first address to the nation in a joint session of Congress last month. In this State of the Union style address to Congress, President Biden discussed the direction he would like to see the nation heading.  The vast array of challenges the new administration faces has already resulted in a quick uptick in government spending. With the Biden Administration planning to tackle the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, economic insecurity and job creation, national security threats, and environmental challenges, your company may be in a position to respond to government solicitations.

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GSA Schedule

Getting Your Own GSA Schedule vs. Partnering with a Reseller

By: Bradley Wyatt
March 10th, 2021

If your company has recently made the decision to start selling its products or services to the government through the General Services Administration's (GSA) Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) Program, an important next step is to consider whether you would like to obtain your own prime GSA Schedule contract, or if you would like to partner with an authorized GSA reseller.

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Top 10 Reasons to Get on the GSA Schedule

Top 10 Reasons to Get on the GSA Schedule

Do you know what the real benefits of being on the GSA Schedule are? Learn the top 10 reasons (and advantages) why you should consider it.

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Government

What Role Does GSA Play in Presidential Transitions?

By: Bradley Wyatt
December 14th, 2020

The first presidential transition occurred in 1797 when President George Washington handed over the presidency to his replacement, John Adams. Since that first transition, the handoff of power from one sitting President to a newly elected replacement has worked soundly in some cases, while other transitions have not gone as smoothly.

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Government | Contracts

Everything You Need to Know About a Government Solicitation

By: Bradley Wyatt
November 16th, 2020

If you’re new to the world of government contracting, you may have little to no experience with writing and responding to a government solicitation. This may seem like a daunting task for those who haven’t crafted many solicitations. However, if you are armed with the right information, responding to a government solicitation can be a breeze for you and your company.

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GSA Schedule | Government Business Development

3 Benefits of Partnering with a Reseller on a GSA Schedule

By: Bradley Wyatt
September 23rd, 2020

Selling to the government through your own GSA Schedule contract can be a daunting task for many businesses. There are certain prerequisites you need to meet before you can obtain a Schedule, and there are several requirements you need to follow throughout the life of your GSA Schedule contract. Although the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) program is a great opportunity for companies to expand their customer-base and access a new marketplace, we understand the process may be difficult for certain companies. However, there are a few ways to sell through a GSA Schedule without having your own contract.

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Government Business Development | Government

Top Five Cybersecurity Requirements for Government Contractors

By: Bradley Wyatt
September 16th, 2020

The General Services Administration (GSA) is responsible for managing a myriad of IT security programs, which help government agencies implement IT policies that promote public safety and enhance resiliency of the government’s systems and networks. In order to do business with the federal government, or any branch of government for that matter, it is important to first understand the guiding principles and regulations set in place.

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