Government Contracting 101 - In Person
Learn everything you want to know about government contracting. This class outlines the first steps for passionate entrepreneurs and businesses wishing to gain access to the world’s largest customer (508 billion dollars in goods and services each year). Participants explore how to initially set-up, find opportunities, market, explore small business benefits, sell to the US Government, and take advantage of PTAC resources and services. Doing business in this marketplace takes time, energy, and patience, but the payoff can be very rewarding. Participants will be able to: · Register in System for Award Management (SAM), required for federal contractors · Determine ways to find opportunities · Identify and describe benefits of each small business program · Market products and services to the government · Use PTAC services Who should attend: Company owners and/or decision makers, in a stable business for more than two years, who are interested in selling their products/services to the Federal Government through the contracting process. This event will NOT be broadcast or recorded. Washtenaw Community College Morris Lawrence Building Room 150 For a map of campus, and parking information, please follow this link - http://www.wccnet.edu/about-us/visiting/ We will be in the building labeled ML on the map. Lots 1 and 2 are the closest parking.
Speaker(s): Jann A. Deane | Program Manager | PTAC
This event will NOT be broadcast or recorded.
Fee: No Cost