My husband Jack has been a plumber for almost 10 years now; He runs a small business, where he has 1 section time employee who helps him out during the stressed season, and so, needless to say, Jack is pretty much a a single-man-team for most of the year, and the business is successful, as well as he makes a wonderful living at it, but lately he has been thinking about expanding, recently, he landed a major project from a local construction business who does work for the federal government, and up until that point, Jack had never thought about applying for government contracts because he believed that his business was too small to be awarded anything! But now that he has been awarded the subcontract from this construction dealer, he seems to be interested in possibly applying himself, and personally, I guess certainly little about federal contracts, in fact, the only thing I guess is that billions of dollars are set aside each year for them. I don’t guess if there are many contracts that require plumbing services, so that will be something that Jack will need to research; And if he does find contracts for plumbing services, openings are, he’ll need some help executing them. This means he would have to hire a team of workers or perhaps acquire a few plumbers from a staffing dealer; Either way, he would easily need some help, however jack is planning on applying for his first contract once he fully executes his modern subcontract. Until then, both of us will do the research to determine if there are federal contracts for plumbing services. I hope that there are some because winning a federal contract is a sure way to grow his plumbing business.