The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in Dalton, GA is hosting two classes on government contracting on Friday, Oct. 22, 2010.
At 10:00 am, “Fundamentals of Working with the Government” will be presented. This class is perfect way for a busy business person to learn what you need to know – and what you need to have in place – in order to effectively market yourself in the government sector. The class also will include a discussion of how to work with the government’s small business specialists. Tom Larkin with the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center will be the instructor.
At 1:00 pm, “Understanding the GSA Schedule Process” will be presented. Topics include: a brief overview of the GSA mission, getting “a GSA Number,” why federal agenices use (and don’t use) GSA Schedules, the pros and cons of GSA Schedule contracts and much more. The presenter is Jerry Shadinger of the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center.
These classes will be held at Dalton State College (James Brown Center). To register for either or both of these classes, visit http://tiny.cc/64pyt.