Winning in the federal marketplace is not a sprint. It’s a marathon that requires stamina. If you have a get rich quick scheme – you’re in the wrong business. If you win by promising the Government the moon, and fall short on your delivery, it will be your last contract. If you have both intellectual prowess and a moral compass –– you can win in the federal marketplace.

If you have that prowess but lack time or resources, that’s when you call the Thought Leadership Group – TLG. We create partnerships with contracting firms of all sizes who share in our passion to combine innovative solutions with ethical delivery. TLG serves as a moral compass to ensure contracts have squarely addressed the Government’s needs, and as a navigation tool to ensure you are pointing in the right direction in every phase of business procurement. We support busy federal contractors with appraisals, intelligence, straight-talk consultations, and the organization and “excellentization” of your documents, solutions, resources, pricing, and delivery.



The Thought Leadership Group provides companies with coaching, consultation, assistance, or temporary assumption of responsibilities on the contract activities you either may not have time or lack the human capital for. From pipeline development to post-win kickoff, TLG acts as a tour guide to your destination: the Winner’s Circle.


The Thought Leadership Group believes in strength in numbers: over decades across the DC Metropolitan area, we have cultivated a vast network of “knowledgeables:” technical subject-matter experts, developers, program managers, retired feds, financial professionals, technical writers, and others who can contribute to your process of both a better bid response today – and a long-term strategy for tomorrow.


If you win a bid, but can’t fulfill it, what have you really won? A ruined reputation? TLG provides a moral compass for your contracting through coaching, seminars, and consultations about the right way to respond to RFPs, enter teaming agreements, attract talent, and strategize for the future. We promote a philosophy not of “win at all costs” but of responding to bids that strengthen you as a company and advance the interests of the United States. That’s a compass pointing in the direction of “win-win.”