SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMS, SET ASIDES & LIMITATIONS ON SUBCONTRACTING (4-4) Federal Business Series
March 28 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Topic: Government Contracting
The session will focus on what it means to be a small business in the federal market and the process to leverage small business status as a prime or subcontractor in government contracting. Instruction will focus on: four pre-award set-aside programs (HUBZone, 8(a), Service Disabled Veteran Small Business and Woman Owned Small Business), review and application of small business size standards; review of pre-award and post-award SBA programs and resources for small businesses; techniques to market to prime contractors and government representatives; limitations on subcontracting applicable to each small business program; and challenges for small business, including increased competition.
Speaker(s): Boyce Haywood
Co-Sponsor(s): NC Military Business Center
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE! REGISTER FOR EACH SEMINAR TO CONFIRM YOUR SEAT. Call 919-739-6940 or Online: https://www.ncsbc.net/center.aspx?center=75550 If YOU Fail to Attend a Seminar Your Confirmed Seating is Cancelled for all Remaining Seminars This program consists of four separate seminars that provide the learner with the necessary and required information needed to be awarded contracts with the Federal Government.
Fee: No Cost
Attendance at all 4 seminars is required to receive a certificate
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