On Demand Briefings


Doing Business with FEMA - FEB 2024

During national emergencies like hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico, floods in Michigan, and fires in California, standard procurement processes are waived as FEMA turns to pre-registered, pre-qualified vendors for support. With hundreds of billions allocated to disaster relief and recovery through 2022 and 2023, FEMA has an unprecedented need for qualified contractors in support of FEMA's recovery mission.


Best Practices for Rigging Safety and Accident Avoidance - FEB 2024

This briefing will address the importance of eliminating multiple points of failure, especially human, by implementing best practices for specification of self-centering shackle technology. These best practices will help safety engineers, equipment operators and workers mitigate significant safety concerns resulting from misuse of shackles, lack of cable symmetry while meeting OSHA rigging standards put forth in ASME B30.26 and federal standards outlines in RR-C-271H. In addition, this session will address current and future BAA/TAA compliance  requirements for procurement on CONUS and OCONUS US federal projects.


The Deaf Community and DEIA & CX Initiatives - FEB 2024

This briefing will provide education for government personnel of common challenges the 11.5 million deaf and hard of hearing citizens face in terms of engagement, inclusion, and customer experience, as well as review emerging technologies that can be utilized at the point of service.


FPDS.gov Fundamentals - FEB 2024

The Federal Procurement Data System is the master repository of federal contract activity and contains millions of contract actions that NEVER hit SAM.gov. Through the FPDS, you can gain up-to-date contract activity in your market so that you mine FPDS.gov to: - Identify hidden agency contract activity - Research competitors - Find buyers in your space - Track contract spending - Position your company for future hidden contracts


Getting Paid for Equitable Adjustments and Contract Claims - FEB 2024

This briefing will provide an introductory explanation of what an equitable adjustment is, how to recognize contract changes, how to submit an equitable adjustment, and what to do if the contracting officer denies your equitable adjustment.


SAM.gov Opportunity Tutorial - Feb 2024

SAM.gov - or the System for Award Management (SAM) - is the official website by the US government designed to play part in the following vendor processes: - Registration - Qualification - Verification - Awards - Government systems.


Socioeconomic Certifications

Every year, the government is federally required to do business with a certain percentage of each class of disadvantaged businesses. In order to facilitate this, Socioeconomic Certifications were born. Each certification comes with its own benefits and set-aside contracts that are not available to non-certified firms. These programs help historically disadvantaged small businesses succeed in the government marketplace and compete with larger, more established firms.


Artificial Intelligence Adoption in the Department of Defense

This briefing will provide insider insight and discuss key discriminators and best practices that industry must demonstrate to compete and win contracts for integration of responsible AI into the DoD ecosystem. This is important because as AI continues to expand exponentially in the US and abroad, a fundamental tenet for DoD is to implement a responsible AI strategy that enables DoD to adopt the power of AI at speed and scale, while recognizing that other governments will not follow the same “rule set” as the US and its allies.


Unsolicited Proposals to Federal Agencies

Creating and submitting an unsolicited proposal to a federal agency can effectively position your company to contract directly with federal decision makers without a formal solicitation or request for proposal (RFP). The best part of the process for businesses is that the result is a direct contract award with ZERO competitors because you are the one who developed the SOW requirements. The unsolicited proposal process can be used for products, services, innovative technology or a better way for agencies to meet their missions - all based on your expertise and ability to help meet an agency need.

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