Frontline Support Solutions Team Recognized

On May 17th Jose (Joe) Perez our Founder was recognized by the Small Business Administration’s as the Veteran Small Business Champion of the Year.  Joe was presented the award by the SBA Region VI Administrator Yolanda Olivarez at the 2013 Small Business Week Awards Luncheon held at the Omni Colonnade

Lobbying for Interest-Specific Legislature in Texas

As I’ve stated in past blog posts, I belong to the Greater Chamber of Commerce here in San Antonio, and as a member, I participate in lobbying efforts during our legislative sessions. Texas operates it’s legislature on a biennial basis, meaning that it meets every two years. Personally I feel

Establishing Realistic Yearly Goals in Business

Maintaining good business goals involves planning, and that in turn involves setting aside time to make those plans. Good resources and accurate information can make all the difference in attaining those goals and from a sales standpoint, Frontline relies quite a bit on procurement forecasts from various agencies.  I mainly

Learning to Multiply Capabilities, How to Salvage a Bid

In my last blog I mentioned pursuing a project for the V.A. data center in Austin, Texas, but because of failure to receive answers to my questions in a timely manner, I was forced to rethink my strategy.  I want to go into a little more detail in how Frontline

2012 Calendar Year End May Prove Rewarding

I am excited and hopeful that the end of the current calendar year will bring about new projects for Frontline.  There are strong similarities between the end of the Federal fiscal year and the calendar year, as both share a strong interest in clearing projects off the table.  We are

HONORable Service, Chase offers business assistance to veterans through UTSA program

Friends, I got a call a few months ago and was asked about the local Small Business Development Center. These are the organizations that are federally funded and usually operated out of an affiliated university.  My town’s happens to be located at the University of Texas at San Antonio, downtown

Podcast: Veteran’s Entrepreneurship Program, Part 2

Today I’m going to continue my discussion on the Veteran’s Entrepreneurship Program.  I quite honestly cannot say enough good things about this program and I was privileged to be a part of the inaugural class in 2010 at Oklahoma State University.  I actually started this program in 2009, just before

Podcast: Veteran’s Entrepreneurship Program

I am extremely pleased to announce that the Veteran’s Entrepreneurship Program is now open for applicants.  I realize that many of you may not be familiar with this program or perhaps you have heard of it, but don’t know what it really encompasses.  Having been through this program myself in

The 6th Annual NVSB Conference and Expo

July 18, 2010 – President and founder of Frontline Support Solutions, LLC, Jose Perez, travels to Las Vegas to attend The 6th Annual National Veterans Small Business Conference and Expo. “I have seen this event grow each year since its humble beginnings in 2004,” said Mr. Perez.

Veterans Affairs Hospital Project Awarded

In less than two months of its founding, Frontline Support Solutions is awarded a $49,000.00, walking track renovation project for the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Kerrville, TX. FSS competed against field of nine established businesses and was selected as the best value contractor based on technical merit and approach. The