Work With Us

Winning Government Contracts Takes Planning, Strategy, and Execution

We Teach Small Businesses How To Win Bids On Government Contracts

Our typical engagement with a small business client can range from a few months to several years. To get started, we ask all small businesses to answer a few questions about your businesses’ current status and needs so that we can match you up with the right opportunities. After completing our initial assessment, we schedule a meeting to discuss your goals and our ideas. After we complete this initial discussion, we begin our five-phase process.

D-Unity Group’s Five-Phase Process For Winning Government Bids

Phase I

Phase Il

Phase Ill

Phase IV

Phase V

*Small Business certifications: 8(a), 8(m), GSA schedule, HubZone, Minority Businesses, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOSB), Vetrepreneur, and Women-Owned Businesses.

Our Key Support Areas

We will complete your 100-Day Action Plan
and provide a comprehensive list of recommendations, resources, and requirements to get you started.

We will train and educate you and your team on how to market to the government.

We will provide continuous support as your business development team helping you win bids on government and commercial projects.

Case Studies

We’ve been in business for more than a decade and grow small businesses.
In fact, 50% of our clients land six-figure contracts or more after working with us. Here are some case studies to highlight our work:

Business Development Client Wins 5-Year, $35 Million Contract Award

A large, Atlanta-based logistics firm pursued a multi-year contract with a Federal government agency. The D-Unity team stepped in to respond to the Request for Proposal and submitted the client’s response. The D-Unity team was instrumental in helping this client win the Federal contract, plus remain compliant for the duration of the award. The D-Unity team went on to assist the client in securing additional contracts with the same government agency after the initial contract period.