Becoming a Federal Government Small Business Subcontractor
Join us as Gabby Coner, Business Opportunity Specialist from the U.S. Small Business Administration provides an overview of how small businesses can become subcontractors for the federal government.
Subcontractors do not work directly with the government, but instead work for other contractors. Some government contracts require large companies to subcontract with a small business. This creates more opportunities for small businesses to get involved in federal contracting. Learn today how you can become a Federal Government Small Business Subcontractor.
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