COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. -- Is your company already feeling the pinch of restrictions on which debtors you can contact during the Coronavirus pandemic because you are top heavy in the wrong debt collection markets?  Or has your firm considered offering call center services, for example, to answer government hotline calls from the newly jobless about unemployment claims or to take questions about the current pandemic, but has been unsure how to get started?, the government contract intelligence website offering users more than just leads since 2008, is holding a free teleseminar this Thursday, March 26, 2020, at 1PM EST to help you get started.  So if you’re stuck in a home office but are in a position to recommend new growth areas for your company in this time of reduced productivity, sign up here

Join Nick Bernardo from for a brief overview of which debt collection contracts in tax, utility, and other areas of government are expected to be out for bid soon, the value and portfolio details of those opportunities, and how to use public information to figure out if you should try to meet decision-makers in advance of the bid in the first place.  Find out more about government call center contracts if you are interested in entering that market, too.

While other RFP websites monetize only leads, charging in some cases thousands of dollars per year just to tell users about new procurement opportunities, has revolutionized the space over the last decade to offer premium users timely procurement leads, just like other sites, plus:

  • Open procurement tracking services to ensure users hear about every addendum and procurement change in real time.
  • The ability to submit questions to buyers anonymously through the site.
  • Contract award announcements as they become known.
  • Access to hard-to-obtain government documents like contracts, evaluations, and winning proposals to enable users to see detailed information showing why specific companies won specific procurements and – as important – why others did not.
  • Search tools to let users research competitor pricing and winning proposals by buyer type, region, and other attributes.
  • Advanced notice of upcoming procurements to kick start the sales cycle.

People not yet familiar with the site and interested in winning government debt collection and call center contracts can try it before paying for data access in one of two ways.   Anyone can create a free account and receive a promotional code to access data about a single procurement. Qualifying companies can contact and ask for a one-month trial contract to evaluate the site, with no payment due if trial users do not continue with site access after the trial.

To create your free account today, visit

About, the government contract intelligence website offering users more than just leads for public sector procurements since 2008, lets users access unlimited “Premium” data in industries to include Debt Collection, Call Center, and EMS Billing.  Since its 2018 relaunch, the site now enables anyone to specify their particular interests from among ten top-level industries, from professional services to construction to finance and technology and beyond. Users can set preferences to be notified about leads in nearly sixty sub-industries, such as collections, billing, systems development, business services, and others, covering every conceivable type of government purchase. Learn more at

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