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Top Strategies for Government Contractors
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In this exclusive webinar, you will discover…

  • How contractors of any size can leverage this program to successfully compete for federal contracts through this year-old, federal-sanctioned business and technical development program.
  • The lesser known benefits of participating in the program such as the seven types of technical assistance.
  • Considerations for avoiding pitfalls and ensuring the joint venture is successful.
  • How to make sure the Mentor-Protege Program becomes part of your long term business strategy.
  • … and much, much more!

About Emily Murphy

Partner and Coach at CEO Coaching International; Former Administrator, United States General Services Administration

Emily Murphy is a leading expert in government contracting and the business of government. She has held multiple leadership roles in the federal government, most recently serving as Administrator for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the federal agency charged with managing 371 million square feet of office space, over $75 billion in government-wide contracts, and a number of shared services. She has also served in legal and operational roles in both the public and private sectors.

Professional Highlights

  • Unanimously confirmed by the Senate to lead GSA, overseeing a budget of $37.3 billion – more than 99% of which came from fees, not direct appropriations.
  • Increased GSA contract sales by over 36%, from $55 billion to $75 billion in three years. Revenues grew from $21.8 billion in FY 2017 to $29 billion in FY 2020, and customer agencies realized $21.6 billion in savings in three years.
  • Re-engineered GSA’s leasing process, thereby reducing lease carryovers from 60% to 20%, and saving over $3.4 billion.
  • Modernized GSA’s largest contracting program – the Multiple Award Schedules – by consolidating 24 multiple award contracts with 14,000 vendors into a single contract, introducing a new catalog management system, and reducing contract clauses by one-third and GSA’s administrative costs by 20%.
  • Cut GSA’s DC-facility costs by $14 million per year, with plans to save $1 billion on internal facility costs over ten years.
Emily Murphy

Highly Trained, Battle-Tested Coaches

Companies working with CEO Coaching International for three years or more have experienced an average EBITDA CAGR of 67.8% during their time as a client, more than 4X the U.S. average.