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APTAC Conference “Guide Their Journey: Improving Client Service” – November 12-14, 2018, Washington, DC

Fall 2018

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
400 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, DC
November 12-14, 2018
(Optional Workshop November 11th)

How to Participate

APTAC Conferences typically draw 250-300 PTAC professionals from around the country. We welcome individuals, organizations and vendors that can bring additional value to PTAC training.

Training Event Presenters

APTAC seeks experts from government and industry to speak on topics integral to government contracting.  A Call for Presentations is posted approximately nine (9) months prior to each Conference.  Visit our Call for Presentations webpage or contact APTAC headquarters at headquarters@aptac-us.org.

Exhibitors

APTAC Training Events are an ideal place for agencies, organizations and vendors to share information about their programs or products/services with PTAC professionals from around the country.  For more information about becoming an Event sponsor or Exhibitor, visit our registration page.  For more information, contact APTAC headquarters at headquarters@aptac-us.org.

Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) Counselors work with businesses on an array of topics in relation to government contracting and subcontracting. From the simple to the complex, our members need to be prepared to guide their clients through the long and winding road, anticipating the speed bumps and red tape along the way. Our Training Conferences are a time to increase our skills.

APTAC’s Fall 2018 learning event seeks to explore the latest trends in public acquisition, and deliver the insights that PTAC counselors need to best advise their clients for success in the Government contracting arena. PTAC Counselors who attend will receive credit towards their professional certification.

Presentation Topics: APTAC is now accepting presentation proposals from engaging and experienced experts to address our conference theme in topical areas such as the following:

  • Representations and Certifications
  • Financial Controls
  • Contract Types
  • Contract Compliance Issues
  • Government Contract Formats
  • Understanding Federal Solicitations
  • The SBIR/STTR Program
  • Market Research Tools and Best Practices
  • The Business Impact of the New Administration: How are Procurement Opportunities Shifting?
  • Changes in Government Contracting Regulations: What’s new and what’s gone?

Audience: The members of APTAC – representatives of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers – are an elite, national corps of individuals who provide training, counseling and technical assistance to businesses interested in selling products/services to the public sector. APTAC members work with businesses to identify opportunities, provide training on a broad array of topics related to Government procurement, as well as providing technical assistance related to Government programs and acquisition. The goal of this conference is to provide APTAC members with practical tools, techniques and resources that can be directly used to guide businesses in understanding how to meet the Government sector’s current standards and thereby become more successful in the Government marketplace.


 For help with Government Contracting: contact your nearest Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC). Funded through Cooperative Agreements between the U.S. Department of Defense and state and local governments/institutions, PTACs provide free and low-cost assistance in virtually all areas of government contracting.

 





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