Contractors working with the Federal Government are required to provide a capability statement (or cut sheet) during all phases of the buying process. The capability statement is typically a single page that is used as a tool to highlight your company’s unique capabilities and differentiate your business from competitors. At a minimum is should include the following information on a capabilities statement:
- Company name.
- Contact information, including name, title and email.
- Core capabilities specific to the target.
- Past performance in the government or commercial marketplace.
- Differentiators that can be measured.
- DUNS number.
- CAGE code.
- NAICS codes.
- PSC/FSC codes.
- Type of business (woman-owned, Veteran-owned, etc.).
We know what works and what doesn’t with government buyers. We work with you to create strong attractive capability statements that highlight your unique value proposition and keep you at the front of the customer’s mind while speaking their language.
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