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  • Looming Danger: The Problem
    • Economic downturn
    • Local businesses are suffering
    • Few small local businesses are getting Federal contracts
  • The Promised Land: Solutions
    • Monterey County Federal Business Opportunities (MCFBO)
      • Coordinate information
      • Workshop
      • Marketing to inform the community
      • Website
      • Collaboration
  • Community Support
    • CSUMB, Small Business Development Center
    • Monterey County Business Council
    • Silver Eagle Enterprises, Inc
    • Experience Communications
    • Monterey Peninsula College
    • Federal Technology Center
    • Leadership Monterey Peninsula
    • Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
    • Palace Office Supply
    • SODEXO Campus Dining, CSUMB
  • Esteemed Panelists
    • Alan Richmond , Director of Media, Marketing and Community Relations and Chair of Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
    • Jane Bailey , Civilian, U.S. Air Force, Travis Air Force Base
    • Gordon K. Ross , Civilian, U.S. Army, Contracting Officer, Mission & Installation Contracting Command
    • Leandro Castillo , Chair, MPC Business Department
    • Max V. Kidalov , Assistant Professor of Procurement Law & Policy, Naval Postgraduate School
    • Michelle Myhre , Operations, R.M. Machining, Inc.
  • Esteemed Panelists
    • Bob Lane , Federal Technology Center
    • Eric Morgan , Bureau of Land Management
    • Andrea Nield , CSUMB, Small Business Development Center
    • Lori Lesher , Small Business Administration
    • Lawrence Reeves , Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association
    • Rachel Goshorn , Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Naval Postgraduate School
    • David Huntley , President, Lansmont Corporati on
  • The Art of War: The Process
    • Consult the elder
    • Deciding what battles to fight
    • Storming of the team members
    • Pleading for the supports – panels
    • Sharpening the weapons – Web, flyers
    • Awakening the masses - marketing
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  • The Sweat and the Blood
    • 40 meetings
    • 450 emails
    • 600 man-hours
    • 200 phone calls
    • Four in-fights
    • At least 15 heated arguments and counting
  • The Scars and The Learning
    • We worked hard and struggled with the projects, the team, the goals, the economy and a lot of details
    • But we had fun and learned a lot
  • What’s Needed for Success? LEADERSHIP, VISION and GOAL ORGANIZATION FUNDRAISING COMMUNICATION PASSION COMMITMENT COMMUNITY SUPPORT
  • The Victory: Workshop
    • Number of attendees with a “sold out” event: exceeding expectations
    • Esteemed panelists; strategic government agencies
    • Highly positive, thankful, appreciative feedback
    • Website www.mcfbo.com remains active
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  • Impact and Results
    • 1) Created a centralized website, www.mcfbo.com , that publishes information on how regional businesses can go about becoming qualified for Federal Government opportunities.
      • 254 unique visitors with 115 coming to the site multiple times
      • 1,067 page views
    • Resources for the community: Most popular pages
    • Page name Number of views Percentage of all views
    • Home 398 37.30%
    • Contracting resources 135 12.65%
    • Qualified local companies 112 10.50%
    • News and events 94 8.81%
  • Impact and Results
    • 2) Fostered relationships between regional Federal procurement offices, small business resources, and local businesses
    • 3) Produced a workshop that:
    • Helped local businesses get qualified for Federal Government business (i.e. submitting and qualifying for their CCR
    • Facilitated a panel of local Federal Government procurement officers about what they are looking for from local businesses
    • Attendees to the workshop included
      • Pre-registered 46 attendees
      • 9 walk in attendees
      • 14 panelists / speakers
      • 5 LMP Team members
    • 4) Highlighted the regional potential that planted a seed in the community about the opportunity to establish a PTAC on the Monterey Peninsula in 2011
  • Epilogue – Next Step
    • So our heroes ride into the sunset.
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