Over 300 business people attended the Emergency Response Contracting Conference on June 21st, co-hosted by the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Whether or not you were able to attend, the good news is this: Complete proceedings from this conference are now posted on GTPAC’s website!
By visiting http://gtpac.org/training/training-video, you now can view:
• a photo slide show,
• a video of all presentations,
• a set of all PowerPoint presentations,
• points-of-contact with participating agencies, and
• a list of all conference participants.
The conference focused on the products and services purchased by federal and state agencies in response to emergency situations in the southeast region. The agencies include FEMA, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) though the Georgia Dept. of Administrative Services (GA DOAS), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the General Services Administration (GSA). Information about doing business with several federal contractors also was included.
For those businesses interested in participating in this category of government contracting, the new resources posted on GTPAC’s website should prove to be informative and helpful.
Georgia businesses needing follow-up assistance should contact the nearest GTPAC Counselor. All contact information may be found at http://gtpac.org/team-directory.