Join your host David Pere and Alex Felice in this episode with guest Kevin Jennings as he talks about how anyone is literally one contract away from changing their entire lives when it comes to government contracting.
During the interview, Alex asks Kevin if he's an arms dealer or not. Kevin brings up how much of a fan he is of the movie WAR DOGS in reflection to the question. As per Kevin, even without the dealing of weapons part, the movie's precision to real-life government contracting is still accurate.
In this episode, Kevin explains how a beginner can get into government contracting, the recession-proof characteristic of government contracting, and how he got started as a government contractor.
About Kevin Jennings:
Kevin Jennings got into construction in 2008 while recovering from the real estate downturn. While at the time, he wasn't sure if this career would stick… Kevin quickly found success in winning contracts from State and Federal Government agencies.
Long story short? Kevin started going through the long, daunting process outlined on the Government website. He didn't understand the jargon-filled documents…
Kevin didn't know what the Government was looking for… And he almost ended up on that big old rejection pile. Thankfully, Kevin "figured it out" in just the nick of time, and not only was he financially stable and free for the first time in a long time…
Kevin was chosen to work with the NFL! He secured a 10-year contract as a General Contractor and Labor Provider for the Super Bowl. His business was even featured in Rolling Stones Magazine!
The BEST part about all of this? It wasn't luck or a fluke, and neither is Kevin a part of some secret government society. This, too, can be EASILY duplicated inside of anyone's business.
Outline of the episode:
- [01:13] Millionaire at 25, bankrupt at 26
- [04:00] Why the government uses contractors
- [08:10] The U.S. doesn't produce most of what it needs
- [11:29] About the movie WAR DOGS
- [15:36] How can someone new get into government contracting?
- [19:50] What is unsexy about building sewer lines?
- [25:11] The cost of missing schedules when it comes to transportation and logistics
- [29:00] If the bad guys are moving fast, the good guys need to move just as fast to keep up with them.
- [30:34] The government is a reliable customer
- [38:04] Government contracting is so simple you can't overcomplicate it
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