In the last THREE YEARS, have you won one or more contracts to provide goods and/or services directly to a government agency or unit Ė federal, state or local?
In the last THREE years, have you won one or more contracts to provide goods and/or services to another business, which then used your work in its sales to a government agency or unit?
Please estimate the percent of your total sales in the last THREE years that have come from direct and/or indirect sales to government agencies or units?
In dollars, is the largest share of those sales made directly and/or indirectly to the federal government, state governments, or local governments?
Over the next THREE years, would you like the SHARE of your direct and/or indirect sales to government units or agencies to increase, decrease, or stay about the same?
Do you intend to compete for one or more government contracts in the next three years?
Why donít you intend to compete for a government contract?
In the last THREE years, have you contacted a government agency or unit to learn about or clarify a government obligation, such as a tax rule or safety regulation, or to obtain a license or permit? Have you done that many times, a few times, once or twice, or never?
Were most of those contacts to learn about a government obligation or to get a license or permit?
Were most of those contacts in person, by mail, by telephone, or over the Internet?
Volume 3, Issue 1, 2003
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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