Red, White And You
Connect with a government contract, and you could make the sale of the century.
When most entrepreneurs think of selling to the government, Uncle Sam is the first prospect that generally comes to mind. But there are many other agencies to consider, says Rick Grimm, executive vice president of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing.
According to Grimm, state and local government agencies are expected to spend $1.02 trillion in 1999; five years from now, that figure will jump to $1.31 trillion. The federal government, by comparison, spends approximately $200 billion a year.
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