Self Publishing Spotlight: Cash in on the Obama $3 Trillion Spending Plan!

Ed Benjamin, a retired Air Force Colonel and currently a consultant to industry, knows how to win contracts. In his 19-year career he has led proposal teams to win over $12 billion in US, foreign, state, and county government contract awards, and now he’s sharing his expertise in a new book, Cash in on the Obama $3 Trillion Spending Plan! How to make large amounts of money by conducting business with or receiving grants from federal, state, and local governments. The book, published by Outskirts Press, is a complete, step-by-step guide to winning government business and receiving grants. With the passage of President Barack Obama’s historic stimulus bill, there’s never been a better time to do business with the government.

According to Benjamin: “This book is designed to help both the beginner in the government contracting process and the experienced business development professional.” The author further states that this book “represents a distillation of my 19 years of experience writing and managing proposals and my service in the Air Force, where I served on acquisition teams to buy major weapons systems.” He points out that the proposal alone does not guarantee a contract award, but a well-written proposal that meets government requirements goes a long way toward influencing the government to award a contract or grant.Cash in on the Obama $3 Trillion Spending Plan offers those businesses seeking government contracts a step-by-step guide toward obtaining government business; it also provides those companies that are already in the government business arena with secrets to writing winning proposals. As a bonus, the book contains detailed information on selling to state and local governments, and information for those applying for government assistance.

Government evaluators have consistently rated Benjamin’s proposals as being complete and thorough. He has helped his clients win contracts worth over $12 billion—including the contract to build the presidential helicopter fleet. This book is a compilation of his years of experience and accumulated wisdom in dealing with the government. It explains:

• How the government awards contracts
• How to register for government business
• How to read and analyze a government solicitation
• How to position your business in the government marketplace
• How the government buys goods and services
• How to prepare a proposal or grant request that meets all government requirements
• How to navigate through bureaucratic red tape normally associated with government contracting

Cash in on the Obama $3 Trillion Spending Plan is professionally written, well organized, and easy to navigate, with 200 pages of valuable information for individuals and companies alike. It is available online through Ingram Book Wholesalers, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

About the Author:
Retired Air Force Colonel Ed Benjamin is a 27-year veteran of the Air Force, with years of experience in major military weapons-systems procurement. As a civilian, he has helped clients win over $12 billion in contract awards, including the multibillion-dollar contract to build the presidential helicopter. He has also published several articles and short stories for local, regional, and national publications, and Cash in on the Obama Plan is his first book. Benjamin lives in Bulverde, Texas.

For more information or to contact the author, visit www.outskirtspress.com/cashinontheobamaspendingplan.

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