Tue, Jun 27|
(Webinar) Diversifying Your Govt Contracting: Strategies for State & Local Opportunities
Federal contracts are highly competitive and can take time to be awarded. Without solid past performance experience, it’s difficult to be competitive in larger contract pursuits. But how do you build past performance and diversify your corporate capabilities as a government contractor?
Time & Location
Jun 27, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM CDT
About the event
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Federal contracts are highly competitive and can take time to be awarded. Without solid past performance experience, it’s difficult to be competitive in larger contract pursuits. But how do you build past performance and diversify your corporate capabilities as a government contractor? The answer is state and local contracting opportunities.
In this webinar, Govology Faculty Instructor and Procurement Professional Dr. Shana Nicholson explains a step-by-step process for identifying, vetting, and bidding on local and state-level contracting opportunities. This webinar will address the most common challenges, review the requirements for registration and eligibility, and go over the bidding process for your local and state government procurement opportunities.
Instructor: DR. SHANA NICHOLSON, Rescue Me LLC
Dr. Shana Nicholson is an APTAC Certified Procurement Professional (CPP) with over 20 years of experience supporting funding acquisition for public safety, human services, and community organizations. Dr. Nicholson is a published author and national speaker in the public safety field, as well as college faculty for several universities. She has served as the Northern Region PTAC Counselor in West Virginia for over five years. Dr. Nicholson support small business growth and development in the government market space through outreach and education. She is also the owner and President of her own Woman Owned Small Business, Rescue Me, LLC, providing consulting services, proposal management, and technical writing.