Leveraging Congress for Bids and Contract
Leveraging Congress for Bids and Contract NOTE: This session was recorded on February 8th 2023. This recorded session includes the session video, handouts, presentation and links to the Monday Roundtables. This Package is valid for 30 days. Briefing Overview Did you know US Senators and […]
SAM.gov – Engaging Federal Buyers
While SAM.gov is where federal buyers review your registration and validate your company for federal business, SAM.gov coupled with FPDS.gov provides a complete picture of the competitive landscape and proper research will provide you with buyers that you need to engage with in your space. Since SAM.gov is reported as one of the most frustrating platforms for federal contractors to use, this session will help you maximize SAM.gov as well as other government systems.
Sole-Source Contract Justification & Approvals (J&A)
Unlike a socio-economic sole source (8a, WOSB, SDVOSB) procurement professionals often use J&As with any size company including large manufacturers of OEM products. Since 38% of ALL federal contract awards show a SINGLE response your company may qualify for sole source awards.
Doing Business with FEMA
FEMA currently has disaster recovery efforts throughout the US as a result of COVID as well as specific emergency recovery operations in Texas, the Midwest, Southeast, California, and Puerto Rico. Businesses that can provide emergency products and services, construction services, logistics, and supplies are encouraged to attend.
Doing Business with the VA
The Doing Business with the VA briefing was scheduled for 60-minutes and addressed how the VA purchases products and services, the impact of the Kingdomware decision, and how companies can position themselves for upcoming VA opportunities.
Doing Business with HHS & CMS
HHS purchases billions in health, IT, supplies, professional services, and specialty products in support of its mission. This 90-minute "Doing Business" session will provide inside insight from a former Group Director for CMS responsible for $1.5 billion in annual contract.