Selling to the Federal Government for the Veteran-Owned Small Business (Online)
This webinar is an introduction to doing business with the federal government presented by the NC Military Business Center with a focus on Veterans and Service Disabled Veteran Small Businesses. Topics include levels of federal purchasing; how the federal government buys products, construction and engineering and non-personal services; marketing a business to the federal government; socio-economic small business programs; registering as a federal contractor; locating, identifying and responding to federal business opportunities; and resources available to assist federal contractors in North Carolina. Small businesses owned by veterans can compete for set-aside contracts at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA also sets aside contracting opportunities for businesses owned by veterans who are service-disabled, with a goal of awarding at least 3% of all federal contracting dollars to Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) each year. This webinar explains how to certify a business for SDVOSB status and compete for set-aside contract at many federal agencies.
Speaker(s): Fran Perez-Wilhite, NC Military Business Center
Co-Sponsor(s): NC Military Business Center
This webinar will be presented via Webex platform. If you've never used Webex it will ask you to download onto your computer. We ask that you go ahead and complete this step, utilizing the same First Name, Last Name and Email address used during registration. Once you do this it will allow you access to the webinar. We recommend that you sign in to the webinar at least five minutes prior to the start of the session to ensure you don't have any technical issues.
Fee: No Cost