Strategies for Success with Government Contracting

Contacts to Contracts: Strategies for Success with Government Contracting
Posted on 10/26/2018
Contacts to Contracts: Strategies for Success with Government Contracting

The Florida PTAC (Procurement Technical Assistance Center) at Florida Gulf Coast University co-sponsored by the Florida SBDC (Small Business Development Center) at Florida Gulf Coast University and the Lee County Economic Development Office of Southwest Florida is offering a first-of-it’s-kind in the area contracts and acquisitions educational training for SWFL businesses looking to sell to the government.

Join our Procurement Department to help you shortcut your learning curve.

The U.S. federal government is the world’s largest single buyer of products and services (with steady demands), but mastering the skills to acquire the contacts and wins contracts is easier said than done.

The course offerings will teach you:

  • How to navigate the regulations and standard, so you can secure a contract
  • How to 'talk-the-talk' of government contracting 
  • Methods to ‘hack’ the proposal process (without losing your marbles)
  • The tips and techniques for understanding the rules of engagement with government deals
  • The best way to gain clarity around the daunting paperwork process—with real life examples of what to do (and what not to do)
  • Effective marketing sequences to keep you top-of-mind with THE key player—the contracting officer

“Contact to Contracts” is not an event, it’s an education. You’ll take home a curriculum binder as a ready-reference for everything you will learn. Transform the downsides of government contracting into upsides for your business.

Join in: Friday, November 2, 2018 from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Emergent Technologies Institute FGCU
16301 Innovation Lane (off Alico Rd.), Fort Myers, FL 33913
NO-COST

This is the ‘go-to’ training event of the year that help euip you increase your probability to successfully complete RFPs and show up more confidently at the expos, matchmaker events, and symposiums—plus, it’s free for your business.

Register now. Class sizes will be small, space is limited.