CanadaOne Twitter CanadaOne Linkedin CanadaOne Facebook CanadaONe RSS


Book Review: Getting Work with the Federal Government

By Julie King |

Title:Getting Work with the Federal Government
Author:Marion Soubliere
Publisher:M.E.S. Writing Services

Every year the federal government procures $20 billion dollars of goods and services. While smaller companies often relish the idea of being awarded a government contract, they are also often intimidated by the challenge of using the government's complex and highly intricate procurement process.

Finding bidding opportunities is not particularly difficult, as sites like MERX can be browsed for free. The challenge comes in understanding things like how and when you should register in the Supplier Registration Information (SRI) service and related government-wide supplier databases.

It is a complex puzzle you could spend weeks sorting out. Or, you can buy and read Marion Soubliere's book, Getting Work with the Federal Government.

The history behind this book is that Marion, like many small business owners, set out to piece together the puzzle of how procurement works with the federal government. As a writer, she then decided to share the findings of her research in her self-published book.

The information in this book is excellent. I found that the overall layout sometimes distracted from the message and the book would have benefitted from a professional designer to help convey the message with more clarity. Nonetheless, the main point of this book is to help explain what a small business needs to know in order to do business with the federal government and it covers that topic quite well.

Canadian, Eh!

For over 15 years CanadaOne has helped Canadian businesses start-up and grow. All of the content on our site is created to help busineses get Canadian answers!

Featured Member

MemberZone. Get in the zone! Join Today!

CanadaOne Recommends

Bullies in the Boardroom: Covering the Legal Bases

Should I Start My Own Company?

Conversations with Entrepreneurs: Billy Blanks

Avoiding Legal Perils: Critical Insights into Canadian Franchise Law

Starting a Business: Choosing a Year-End


Article Tags