What is a government contractor?
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What is a government contractor?

Oliver Taylor
July 3, 2022
5 min read

A government contractor is a person or entity that sells goods or services to the government. These goods and services can be everything from information technology (software licenses and hardware) to weapons and machines of war. Government contractors typically win business by responding (bidding) on RFQs (Requests for Quotes) published by the government.

The process of becoming a government contractor varies based on the goods and services you wish to sell. If you’d like to learn more about how to become a government contractor, drop us a line at oliver@govly.com or follow our  LinkedIn page for our upcoming E-Book that will walk you through winning your first contract.

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