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Building a Federal BD Pipeline:

GovCon's Most Important Collateral

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The Pulse of GovCon
March
4
Thursday
March 4th
11:00 am EST

Why Are Federal Opportunity Pipelines Important?


Federal opportunity pipelines are the life-blood of Government Contracting firms. This critical tool not only signifies an organization's plan for strategic development but also demonstrates how effectively and efficiently client portfolios are maintained and managed.


A pipeline represents an organization's potential for future growth, so why do so many Government Contractors fail to create and maintain them?


Join The Pulse of GovCon and Crossroads Capital LLC as we discuss how buyers and strategic partners use this key information to evaluate your organization, and how you can strategically optimize your pipeline development initiatives to pass the test.

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About The Pulse of GovCon

The Pulse of GovCon is a boutique market intelligence firm that specializes in Federal contract data. Amber Hart and Lisa Shea Mundt leverage their federal procurement experience by working with Government Contractors on how to source, vet, and pursue federal opportunities that meet their business goals and growth criteria. 

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About Richard Phillips

Richard Phillips is the Senior Partner of Crossroads Capital, LLC. He founded this boutique M&A advisory to better serve companies in the middle-market with actionable, data-driven intelligence to make better strategic decisions. He is a seasoned dealmaker and accomplished financial analyst with over 20 years of corporate finance, consulting, and investment banking experience. During his career, he has completed over 34 M&A and other strategic transactions valued at over $6.6 billion, across several industry sectors and geographic regions. For the past several years, GovCon/Defense, IT Services, and Lifesciences have been sectors of focus.

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