Knowledge, as the definition states, is:
the familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation.
You can split this one word into three words: Research, Resources, and Perspective.
When starting your journey into the Government contracting world, you will need to research the Federal Market for business opportunities. It will bring you resources like Acqusisitions.gov and Small Business Goaling Reports. It is equipping you with a perspective of how you do business.
We learned from our first few contracts that we need more than just knowing the works of government contracting. But to how to anticipate the most profitable sectors and opportunities that are available. The key to winning any contract is understanding your competition. There are a number of outlets to help identify who your competition is like Bloomberg Government, GovTribe, GovWin to name a few.
Knowledge is facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education. Search for practical understanding, by using the three parts Resource, Research, and Perspective. This is key to winning government contracts.