Doing Business With Camp Lejeune (Jun 28)
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Doing Business With Camp Lejeune
Whether you are new to federal acquisitions or experienced in doing business with military contracting entities, you’ll gain valuable information about doing business with Camp Lejeune at this special event.
Attendees will receive a brief overview from the various military buying agencies, learn what the military buys, and what buying opportunities are coming down the pipeline. Regardless of your experience with federal procurement, you’ll leave with a better understanding of how to proceed, whether it’s pursuing an upcoming opportunity, changing a marketing approach, following up with an acquisition office or proceeding to gain additional assistance before moving forward. Attendees will have the opportunity to present questions to the on-site acquisition representatives as well. This session will also feature a special presentation about opportunities related to the Joint Strike Fighter.
Featured Keynote: Opportunities related to the Joint Strike Fighter
When: 28 Jun 2018, 0900 – 1200. Registration check-in will begin at 0815.
Where: Onslow County Government Complex, 234 Northwest Corridor Boulevard, Jacksonville, NC 28540
Who: Marine Corps Installations East; Marine Forces Special Operations Command; Navy Facilities Engineering Command; Navy Medicine
Resource Partners Confirmed or Invited: U.S. Small Business Administration; NC Procurement Technical Assistance Center; NC Small Business Center Network; NC Military Business Center; Jacksonville-Onslow Chamber of Commerce
Why: Administrations change, budgets rise and fall, regulations come and go, but opportunities remain. Come to find out the what, where and how
Getting Started with Federal and Military Contracting lead by Sue Kranes, North Carolina Military Business Center.
Description: Join us at this session to learn about the internet-based procurement systems launched by North Carolina and Federal Governments. Follow the procurement process, from the registration and certification requirements and find out what and where the government is buying. See contract preference programs, who they benefit, and how they work. Take the mystery out of government contracting in this informative session.
An Introduction to the SBA New All Small Mentor-Protégé Program lead by Paulanne Page, North Carolina Military Business Center.
Description: In September of 2016, the Small Business Administration established The All Small Mentor-Protégé Program (MMP). This program is designed to provide small businesses with business development assistance and enhanced ability to be competitive for federal contracting opportunities. This program allows a mentor company access to opportunities that they would otherwise not be eligible to compete. Come find out if the All Small Mentor Protégé Program may be a valuable consideration for your business growth. You will be provided with information that outlines the benefits of the program, eligibility requirements and resources for the application process.
Registration. This is a free event; pre-registration is requested. Registration for this event is now closed as it has reached capacity. Walk-in registrations are welcome.
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