Webinar: Identifying, Winning Government Contracts – April 28th
March 24, 2010 by cs
Trying to decide whether to sell your products and services to the government? Interested in the government market but not sure where to start? Need to know how to be considered a viable contractor by government buyers?
These questions and more will be answered in a one-hour, live webinar on April 28th. The webinar is being held as a part of the on-going “Business Excellence” event series hosted by Georgia Tech’s Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2).
Chuck Schadl, program director of the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center and a 35-year veteran of the government contracting field, will conduct the briefing. Chuck will outline: what you must do to before attempting to register as a government vendor, where you should register, how to determine whether you are a small business and whether you qualify for socio-economic preferences, how to conduct market research and identify contract opportunities, what pitfalls to avoid, and how to access valuable, no-cost contracting resources available only to businesses in Georgia.
The one-hour webinar will begin at noon on Wednesday, April 28th. Individuals must pre-register to participate and may do so by clicking here.