4 Paths to Success as a Federal Contractor Now Available on Amazon and Lulu

The book is the first written by USFCR President Dan Driscoll

Saint Petersburg, Florida, UNITED STATES

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. , April 03, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- “The 4 Paths to Success as a Federal Contractor,” by Dan Driscoll is now available on both Amazon and Lulu. The book, which consists of 36 chapters, outlines the steps that any business owner can take in order to flourish in the federal marketplace. The majority of the information featured in “The 4 Paths to Success as a Federal Contractor,” cannot be found anywhere else, as the tips and advice come from the author’s near-decade experience in consulting federal contractors.

As the title suggests, the book revolves around four different ways business owners can make money in the federal marketplace. These paths consist of:

  • Contracts
  • Subcontracts
  • Networking with Prime Vendors
  • Building Knowledge

Each chapter has its own specific focus, but each focus relates to one or multiple paths. Readers will learn about such subjects such as how to start working with the federal government, how to assemble a bid, time management in federal contracting, and much more. “The 4 Paths” also functions as a workbook for business owners. The goal, by the end of the book, is to get the reader to submit their first bid on a federal contract.

“My goal with this book is to have it make a positive impact on your business by opening the door to a new revenue stream,” Dan says. “ This stream has been tested multiple times and is the only recession-proof insurance policy that I have found in today’s market.”

“The 4 Paths to Success as a Federal Contractor” is the first book written by Dan Driscoll. Dan has consulted many Fortune 500 companies and he is the President of US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR). USFCR is a third-party firm that is dedicated to helping businesses of all sizes and industries win federal contracts. They offer a wide range of services from a full-service SAM registration to business coaching. Some of their notable clientele includes Amazon Web Services, Hewlett Packard, Exxon, Goodwill, Honeywell, UPS, and the U.S. Army.


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