Win Government Contracts!
Collaborative Compositions Federal Navigator Consultants Help Cut Through Red Tape and Navigate Complex Government Bureaucracy.
We guide you through complicated acquisition processes and compliance requirements to
Gain Government Contracts.
Collaborative Compositions offer the following services, customized to your specific needs and requirements.
Helping businesses win government contracts, and grow and prosper in government contracting projects.
Our consulting services will work with your existing business development team. We will, of course, make sure that our services are efficient and consistent throughout the project.
We fully understand the budget constraints of businesses. This allows us to be able to offer great suggestions for budgets of all sizes. Above all, our goal is to help you win government contracts.
Regardless of the size or status of your existing business, our consultants ensure the fundamentals are in place. As a result, we establish a solid foundation that will scale as your business grows.
We Can Help:
Types of Clients We Serve:
- Prime Contractors
- Professional Services
- IT & Cyber
- Electronics & Autonomy
- Software & Systems Developers
- Manufacturing & Component Suppliers
We Are Experts In:
- Government Contracting Growth Strategies
- Competitive Intelligence & Analysis
- Capture Planning & BD
- Innovative Approaches to Non-Traditional Contracting
- Teaming & Contract Negotiation
FROM OUR CLIENTS
Working with Chelsea and Collaborative Compositions (C2) was fantastic. Her federal expertise helped us gain exposure, navigate contracting processes, build strong Federal BD operations, and close an operational DoD contract.
Chelsea is a terrific resource for small businesses navigating the federal sector.
I highly recommend Chelsea and C2 to anyone seeking top-tier federal business development expertise.
Chelsea Meggitt is amazing, she is opening doors at the DoD for my small business and proposition creative contract vehicles to develop new business for us. We’ve spent years trying to break into DoD work, I wish we had known her earlier.
I can highly recommend Chelsea.
I have only known Chelsea for about a year, but during that time she has proven to be an astute observer of our Federal government contracting market.
Chelsea is an integral part of a GovCon group I lead and she is an active contributor and occasional presenter. The people in this group are a core part of Government Marketing University (www.GMatrkU.com) and they are smart.
I have had several one-on-ones with Chelsea as we target the same audience (smaller government contractors), but for different reasons. She is extremely knowledgeable on the contracting/procurement process and her analysis of budgets is quite insightful and strong on the nuances.
I am proud to have Chelsea in my GovCon inner circle of experts and to count her as a personal friend.
During the first two months of engagement with Sync, Chelsea has opened doors to new opportunities, new avenues of funding, and introduced us to valuable new stakeholders. When Sync was submitting an STTR proposal for OSD, Chelsea delivered results on a short timeline that exceeded expectations.
Initially, we asked her to pursue a letter of support to bolster our submission. She knew just who could lend the most credibility to our submission and reached out to start a dialogue. She facilitated discussions between our firm and the stakeholder and garnered support from a high-ranking leader who requested to personally provide an endorsement for the letter of support.
Chelsea and her firm Collaborative Compositions have the resources you need to succeed in the federal market.
Chelsea Meggitt Govmates member discusses how to acquire government contracts in this podcast.
Govmates, a technology scouting platform, provides amazing new resources and relationship development opportunities. They merge the best practices of technology as well as the human element to promote non-traditional defense contractors within the federal community.
Govmates has assisted with more than 30,000 matches from their system of more than 4,500 government contractors. They are experts in creating valuable relationships within the federal sector.
Chelsea Meggitt Govmates Podcast:
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