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Work experience

2001Present

CEO

Mountain Chief Management Services

n 2001, Mr. Chattin was named Chief Operating Officer for Mountain Chief Management Services, Inc.  He was a highly successful CEO, established himself as a successful federal contractor during his tenure in the SBA 8(a) program. As an owner, Mr. Chattin’s company performed over 200 prime federal construction design-build, civil, renovation & rehabilitation and construction management contracts.

Education

1985

Bachelor

University of Colorado

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Business Advisory Council’s Montana Businessman of the Year
Over the past several years, Mr. Chattin has received numerous awards and accolades for his successes, innovations and proactive approach as a business owner. He was selected by the SBA as a National Finalist for Minority Small Business Owner of the year. The U.S. Small Business Administration awarded Mr. Chattin an executive leadership scholarship to attend the Tuck’s School at Dartmouth College. In 2008, Mr. Chattin was awarded the National Republican Party‘s Business Advisory Council’s Montana Businessman of the Year. Mr. Chattin manages to make time to speak publicly today for various organizations.

Summary

WINNING GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. Whether you are looking to expand your clientele or build strong, well- defined business relationships, this publication will provide valuable information for you. Written by Daniel Chattin.

Objective

Get our eBook now!This eBook provides you with proven strategies to WIN government contracts. Today’s methods and strategies used by small companies and large businesses, who are awarded both prime contracts and subcontracts.  These contracts can be both to supply certain products and or services.  In essence, it maps out the specifics on how to efficiently navigate the often turbid waters of government contracts.

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Proven strategies to WIN government contracts. Today’s methods and strategies used by small companies and large businesses, who are awarded both prime contracts and subcontracts.  These contracts can be both to supply certain products and or services.  In essence, it maps out the specifics on how to efficiently navigate the often turbid waters of government contracts.