Do Business with the Federal Government! June 14, 2022, 11:00am EDT June 14, 2022, 12:30pm EDT
Location:
Zoom Webinar

How and When Federal Contracts Can Boost Your Business

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 

Existing small businesses and solopreneurs with current clients and revenue interested in learning about Federal Government contracting. This includes one-person disadvantaged and smaller firms.

EVENT OVERVIEW

Government contracts can provide an important revenue stream to your business and enable it to grow by providing a reliable and profitable funding source.

But you need to know the nuts and bolts of Federal Government contracting to succeed. Want to see whether you should pursue government contracts and how the contracting system works? It can be complex, and an experienced Federal contracting expert will take you through the successful bidding and marketing strategy you need to succeed.

Topics include contracting pros and cons, contracting terminology, first steps, identifying contracts to bid on, your capture plan and strategies for 1-person companies.

Time for Q&A!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

At the end of this webinar, you will have the knowledge and resources to:

  • Outline a step-by-step process to pursue Federal Government contracts
  • Define Federal procurement key terms
  • Summarize Federal procurement process for small/disadvantaged companies
  • Discuss the importance of developing a capture plan
  • Identify strategies for one-person firm

DATE & TIME: June 14, 2022, 11am to 12:30pm Eastern Time

DURATION: 1.5 hours including Q&A

FEE:

This is a paid event costing $35.

There will be no refunds for this webinar unless SCORE NYC cancels it.

PRESENTER: BARRY LANGER

Barry Langer was a Division Manager for a large engineering firm that focused primarily on contracts with Federal agencies. Throughout his career, he was responsible for developing marketing strategies, leading proposal efforts, and managing Federal, as well as some state and municipal contracts. He has also been a marketing consultant to a number of small-disadvantaged firms. 

Do Business with the Federal Government!