According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, the world's largest buyer of goods and services is the federal government, with purchases totaling more than $425 billion per year. The government especially encourages small businesses to bid on its contracts; each year, billions of dollars in contracts are set aside, by law, exclusively for small and minority-owned businesses.
- Position your company for federal and state contracting opportunities.
- Learn the basics of selling to the government, how to get started, and access key resources.
- All four ASA On-Demand courses are available for purchase for non-members.
Doing Business With the Government Series Courses
Become a Government Contractor: Getting Started With GSA Schedules
James Phillips, Centre Consulting
Federal Acquisition Regulations: Doing Business Right on a GSA Schedule
For Small Businesses
Frank Wilson, U.S. General Services Administration
Marketing Using a GSA Schedule Contract
Rick Dillon, Dillon & Associates
Step by Step: Becoming a Certified 8(a) Firm
Steve DeVoe, Tiger Personnel Services Inc.
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