A government services business plan will divulge all of the services you can provide to the government, as well as the way you bid on contracts. If you only work in fulfillment of a specific department's projects—for example, if all work you do is on department of defense contracts—you should focus only on that segment of the government. However if you provide a service that spans many different types of government contract scope, be it light construction or textiles manufacture or worker instruction, you should give an overview of the size of the contracts being offered in these sectors. The pro forma financial model you need in the government services business plan will show:
• The number of contracts you can fulfill per year
• The breakdown of new contracts in the first year
• The way you'll allocate any seed capital
• The estimated break-even point
• The loan repayment scenario or investor share for your business
The model will need a five-year look at revenues and expenses in order to show an appealing investment, whereas you can get a loan or a government grant just by crafting a three-year model. Make sure you itemized your assumptions and show the market share you believe you can take. That might require that you offer a competitive overview that tries to gauge the strengths, weaknesses, and possible market growth of the businesses most like yours in this space. What contracts do they bid on and what success have they had helping the government? MasterPlans can help you with this research or take over the entire business planning project. We have worked on business plans since 2002 and have thousands of plans to our credit. (877) 453-2011.
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