CONTRACTING 101 – Doing Business with the Federal Government - FREE

The Federal government spends over $500B dollars a year on supplies and services with over $100B in contracts being awarded to small business. This seminar will give an overview of the Federal small business goals and small business programs that give advantages to small business who want to contract with the Federal government. We will also provide instruction on how to register to do business with the Federal government and the processes involved in certifying your company to participate in the various small business programs to include the 8(a) program, HUBZone program, Woman Owned Small Business program and the Veterans/Service Disabled Veteran Owned small business program.

The one on one sessions will be one hour (longer if necessary) appointments with companies who want hands on assistance with their Federal registrations and certifications to include SAM registration, CCR and ORCA registrations, HUBZone applications, 8(a) applications, Woman Owned Small Business certification and Veteran/Service Disabled Veteran Owned certification.

Instructor: Joanne Tompkins, Director, Crater Procurement Assistance Center

Pre-registration for non-credit classes is required by calling Angela McClintock at 434-949-1026 or angela.mcclintock@southside.edu

Thursday, February 6th (Seminar) and Thursday, February 20th ( One on One)
John H. Daniel Campus – Keysville, VA
Cost: FREE
Workshop times: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Southside Virginia Community College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institute.

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