A business consultant’s role in the development of government policies and programs is often at the center of the public relations effort.
While most clients are concerned with the effectiveness of the policies and services, a handful of experts are looking to advance the understanding of the real world.
They do so by offering advice on how to build business relationships and how to increase the level of trust that business clients expect from government officials.1.
Who is a business consultant?1.1 Who is the business consultant for a government agency?
If you’re an employee, contractor, or government contractor, your role is to advise on policy issues that affect your organization.2.
Who should consult?2.1 Do business consultants work for the government?
Do they work for all government agencies?
Do business consultants have specific areas of expertise?
Do all business consultants, or only some, have specific skills?3.
Do business consultant jobs offer paid consulting?3,4.1 What are the career paths for business consultants?3 and4.2 Do business consultancies have a particular specialty?
Do some businesses specialize in one or more areas?3How many business consultants do you know?4.3 Do you have any tips for people interested in becoming a business consultant?4Who is the biggest employer of business consultants in the United States?5.
What are some of the differences between government business consultants and government contractors?6.
What do business consultants expect from their government contracts?6