On April 20th, Maria Panichelli discussed the basics of federal government contracting at her seminar for the Government Agency Coordination Office (GACO) of California University of Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh, PA. To register for this seminar, please visit the GACO website.
The federal government spends about $500 billion annually on a variety of goods and services to support its operations. Government agencies are ready to do business on a competitive basis with qualified companies that can supply needed products and services. To be successful, companies must first understand how the government conducts business. This free seminar focused on educating businesses on how to become a federal government contractor. The seminar covered the following topics:
- The Fundamentals of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
- Federal Registrations & Certifications
- Small Business Determinations
- How does the Bidding Process Work
- What Federal Agencies are Procuring
- Contract Types
- Award Considerations
Click here to register for this free seminar.