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.
- Earn an electronic certification of completion by taking a brief quiz following each course.
Selling to the federal government can provide significant revenues for your staffing firm—but the process can be a bit overwhelming. This Webinar series can help you position your company for contracting opportunities. It will teach the basics of selling to the government, show you how to get started and pursue opportunities, and provide resources that will give you the knowledge and skills you need to help you succeed.
Participants can take an online quiz after each course and earn an electronic certification of completion to present when bidding for government contracts.
Doing Business With the Government Series Courses
James Phillips, Centre Consulting
For Small Businesses
Frank Wilson, U.S. General Services Administration
Rick Dillon, Dillon & Associates
Steve DeVoe, Tiger Personnel Services Inc.
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