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Happy New Fiscal Year!



July 1st means the beginning of the new fiscal year for many state and local agencies. Their fiscal years run from July 1st until the end of June.


As we start July, many of these agencies are going to have a ton of money.


They’re going to start spending it but it may be hard to reach the procurement departments because they’ve had this budget planned for a while. They have planned their purchases for the year and are likely to begin issuing frequent purchase orders.


Start to reach out and target the agencies you want to do business with. They will have a ton of money right now!


Their entire fiscal year of funding just landed and they’re going to be spending this money over the next several weeks.


Make sure you get some of these funds for YOUR business!


Now, as you go into your July 4th weekend, take some time to think about where you could be if you started selling to the government. The government spends more money than anyone else in the world, even during these downtimes.


This is an enormous opportunity for you to take your business to the next level and it’s never been more important. In this second half of the year, it’s critical that you take steps to start. Take time this weekend, sit down, dedicate some resources, and change your business, or even potentially save it. This is an investment in your future for years to come.


The government spends $7 trillion per year, $20 billion per day. The time is now to get in on this incredible opportunity.


It’s easier than you think and we’re here to help. You can reach out to us through govspend.com and we will help you through the process.


We’ll tell you exactly which agencies you should target and we’ll even give you the contact information for the folks in the agency.


We look forward to seeing you in the second half of this year!

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