Seminar introduces businesses to federal GSA contracts

by admin25. January 2009 19:00

Two business training sessions that cover the General Services Administration (GSA) will be conducted by the Business Procurement Assistance Center (BPAC) at Moraine Park Technical College’s West Bend campus on Thursday, Feb. 12. 

 

The United States government is the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world. Knowing how to sell in this vast federal market can be important in uncertain economic times. Currently, more and more federal buyers are turning to General Services Administration as a method to buy goods and services.   

 

“General Services Administration (GSA) Introduction to Multiple Award Schedules” will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m., followed by “GSA Multiple Award Schedules – Responding to Requirements” from 1 to 3:30 p.m.   

 

“General Services Administration (GSA) Introduction to Multiple Award Schedules” will help your business decide whether to pursue a GSA contract. If you currently have sales success in the commercial marketplace and want to pursue expanded sales in the federal government, GSA might be the answer. Learn which products/services are available under GSA contract, how to identify your company’s proper schedule and how to locate and download a solicitation. 

 

“GSA Multiple Awards Schedule – Responding to Requirements” focuses on how to complete the solicitation paperwork. You will receive specialized guidance organizing and positioning your company for a contract award. Topics include pricing policies, FAR clauses, required forms, performance requirements and more.  

 

The seminars will take place in Moraine Park’s Applied Manufacturing Technology Center. For directions to the West Bend campus, go to www.morainepark.edu and click on About Us then Campus Information. Registration is required and can be made online at http://matcmadison.edu/bpac/seminars. A $40 fee per person for each seminar will cover the cost of materials. Questions can be directed to BPAC at bpac@matcmadison.edu or (608) 243-4490.

 

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