NDIA January 19 Event With Rob Rosenberger

On Tuesday, January 19th!
**Membership is not required to attend this event***

Winning Contracts in the “New Normal”—Business as Usual Is Dead

With Rob Rosenberger, CEO/Co-Founder of Blackdragon

Speaker Bio:
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Abstract:
Winning Contracts in the “New Normal”—Business as Usual Is Dead
Winning federal contracts has been exponentially more challenging for a long time. The combined effects of advancing technology with the rise of the Gig Economy and disruption of COVID-19 have only amplified those challenges and there is no turning back. Clinging to outdated ‘industry best practices’ (repeated internal processes applied to every target opportunity in the pursuit of maximum efficiency) and relying on ‘rain makers’ is no longer a competitive recipe for winning contracts in the new normal. Today’s successful contract winners are bidding smarter, more cost effectively and in greater scale than ever before. The key to winning is to do something that no one else has done in such a way that is more inventive, lower risk with more volume and better return on investment.

Join us on January 19, 2020 when Rob Rosenberger (Founder and CEO of Blackdragon) offers a fresh perspective on how the federal contracting industry is reinventing the way target contracts are identified, analyzed, pursued and won. This message is especially relevant to bidder firms facing low win rates, capture & proposal bandwidth limitations, and talent mismatches of overhead personnel responsible for helping you win.



Teleconference Info*:
Dial: +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 770 180 539

Video: https://zoom.us/j/770180539
(Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android)

Physical Location:
Meeting will be on Zoom and  TBA

Time:
6:00 PM Networking starts
6:30 PM Meeting starts
7:30 PM Meeting ends; additional networking until 8 PM

RSVP as Soon as you can!
RSVP to: Mike Dietz and Jared Asplundh at mpdietz@hotmail.com; jared.asplundh@gmail.com

In Austin: Reach out to John Thane and Patricia Baumhart jmthane@msn.com; pbaumhart@gmail.com for location details.


*While Zoom has been in the news lately, we’ve determined after review that Zoom security features are sufficient for our level of conversation. There will be no FOUO or sensitive topics. Everything we’ll be discussing is already in the public space.