Our seminars and workshops cover a wide range of government contracting topics and are taught by experts who have many years of government contracting experience.
If you are interested in taking advantage of GTPAC’s services, you are strongly encouraged to attend GTPAC’s “Introduction to Government Contracting” seminar. It is free and consists of comprehensive instruction on how to do business in the government marketplace — including a roadmap of all the fundamental steps to get started. Participation in this 3-hour training seminar also qualifies each attendee to become registered as a GTPAC client and thereby benefit from our complete range of no-cost services, including one-on-one counseling in areas like:
- Executing the System for Award Management (SAM) federal vendor registration system and other vendor registrations at local and state government levels.
- Conducting market research, finding opportunities, and establishing relationships.
- Reading and understanding a government solicitation for a bid or a proposal.
- Preparing, reviewing and finalizing your bid or proposal.
- Researching federal specifications, standards and requirements.
- Locating technical information, drawings, and pricing.
- Understanding RFID, UID, and other packaging standards.
- Submitting an invoice, including electronic ones through the Defense Department’s iRAPT/Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF) system.
- Identifying and participating in Internet-based and other electronic procurement opportunities.
- Preparing responses to sources sought, pre-award surveys, and other government solicitations and inquiries.
- Handling post-award contract management.
- … and much, much more.
GTPAC has offices and conducts classes in convenient locations across the state of Georgia, and many of our seminars are offered as live webinars. To register for our seminars, webinars and workshops, click on Training here or on the tab at the top of this page. All counselors, locations, and their contact information are posted under our Team Directory for easy identification. Be sure to check for the office nearest you.
For more information, including our Terms and Conditions, click on About Us here or on the tab above.
Ready for advanced course work in the field of government contracting? Then we recommend you visit The Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech for professional education courses.
If your business is located outside the state of Georgia, you can find a procurement technical assistance center (PTAC) located near you by clicking here.