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Government Contracting 101, Part 1: An Introduction to Federal Contracting (Webinar)
February 1, 2017
This webinar provides an overview of the Federal Government contracting process. It is designed for Small Business Concerns that are new to the world of federal procurement. We will focus on 10 Simple Steps to get started in Government contracting including: how to determine if Federal Contracting is right for your business, choosing your MANICS Code(s) and registering in SAM/DOSS.
Learn about identity theft, new imposter scams targeting businesses, cybersecurity practices to reduce your risk, data breach avoidance and response, and free resources to help you protect your business, employees, and customers.
Speakers from the FTC and IRS will discuss:
Among our Nation’s fastest growing cities, Atlanta has features that position it as a hub of the burgeoning inclusive innovation ecosystem in the United States. Chief among these features are several renowned institutions of higher learning, including Historically Black Colleges and Universities such as Clark-Atlanta University, Spelman College, and Morehouse College.
A long-time center of Federal research in medical and science via the Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention, Atlanta is also is home to headquarters of top multi-national corporations including Coca-Cola, and Delta among others.
Now, thanks to a new public-private collaboration, these institutions will be joined by the Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (RCIE).
U.S. companies are at the forefront of a wide array of manufacturing technologies essential to the global manufacturing supply chain. Join the U.S. Commercial Service and the Arizona District Export Council for Discover Global Markets: Advanced Manufacturing and transform market potential into international sales.
One-on-One Meetings with U.S. Commercial Diplomats
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced the launch of the 2017 InnovateHER: Innovating for Women Business Challenge, a nationwide business competition to drive attention and resources to innovative products and services that make our lives easier and longer. Competitors vie for $70,000 in prize money provided to SBA for the InnovateHER competition through a gift from the Sara Blakely Foundation.