MyGovWatch Offers New RFP Lead Notification Subscription Options as Government Purchasing Spikes
COLLINGSWOOD, N.J., July 14, 2020 (Newswire.com) - As always during challenging economic times, government purchasing through bid notifications, bid alerts, and RFPs is on the rise. In response, MyGovWatch has launched new subscription options to give large corporations down to sole proprietors the ability to find government procurement leads and win government contracts with greater usability and budget flexibility than ever before.
New subscription options include two new editions for those who are serious about government contracting. Entry-level users can still hear about local leads for free via the Basic Edition, but now, users who want to hear about leads even faster can sign up for the Regional or National Edition and hear about all leads right away in either six states or nationally, depending on the option selected. These new options include access to procurement documents with automated buyer alerts and other features. These are no-contract, cancel-at-any-time plans that start at just $39.99 a month. The first month is free.
MyGovWatch has revolutionized how current and aspiring government contractors hear about and interact with leads by giving users the ability to get in where they fit in and use the site on a totally free basis or by purchasing and applying credits to access historical documents with insider information obtained through open records requests and other features.
All plans allow users to pick among dozens of subcategories from 10 top-level categories.
· Finance and Risk
· Food and Hospitality
· Health and Wellness
· Operations and Maintenance
· Professional Services
Whether you are a sole proprietor or large corporation, or anywhere in between, there is no better time to get started and compare us to your current provider. To get started with a free account, visit www.mygovwatch.com.
MyGovWatch is a government RFP lead and intelligence website with the most robust freemium option commercially available. Users can create a free account, giving notifications and access to government purchasing opportunities about leads in nearly 60 sub-industries, such as collections, billing, systems development, business services, and others, covering every conceivable type of government purchase. For opportunities they wish the pursue further, freemium users can buy credits to get help tracking and monitoring government purchasing activity. Learn more at www.mygovwatch.com.
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