PTAC Training Events

Ongoing Training

Most PTACs offer a range of training to help you with government contracting, such as:

Introduction to Government Contracting:  A general overview of how the government buys goods and services.

Small Business Certifications:  Guidance on how to become certified and registered and the benfits for small business participating in the 8a, Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), HUBZones, Woman Owned Businesses and Veteran Owned Business.

Navigating SAM:  How to manage GSA;s System for Award Management (SAM), required for government contracting.

Doing Business with GSA:  An introduction to GSA Schedules and requirements and process for GSA Schedule contracts.

Contract Accounting:  Designed to acquaint businesses with the accounting system standards that are found acceptable by units of government.

Response to RFPs/Proposal Writing:  Learn the structure of an RFP, how to understand every section and its requirements, how to identify required sources, and how to plan, develop write, review and deliver a complete, compliant and compelling proposal.

Teaming Arrangements and Subcontracting:  Designed to  teach and help small businesses develop successful teaming and subcontract relationships with large businesses, other small businesses and individuals.

AND MORE!  

Contact your local PTAC (below) for their schedule of classes, seminars and workshops near you.


For specific information on training opportunities near you, Find Your PTAC:

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Major Events and Conferences
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Event Information
01-08-2018 to 01-08-2018
Atlanta / Georgia
Before the Storm: The Advance Preparation You Need To Do To Qualify for Government Disaster Recovery Contracts
Sponsored By: Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center
Each time a natural disaster hits the southeastern part of the United States, businesses scramble to engage in contracting associated with the government's disaster recovery efforts. They quickly find out that there is a lot of advance preparation that must be done in order to participate in government contracts. They also discover that it's not just FEMA who contracts for disaster recovery work, but also other federal agencies plus units of state, county and city government. The Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center is hosting this one-day conference to acquaint vendors in the SE region of the United States with the agencies and the requirements -- in advance of the need. This event is designed to assist businesses who wish to engage in debris removal, furnishing of emergency supplies and services, reconstruction work, and other relief efforts.
More Info: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/before-the-storm-tickets-40913664873

04-18-2018 to 04-19-2018
Kennewick / Washington
14th Annual Bridging Partnerships Small Business Symposium
Sponsored By: U.S. Department of Energy, the Hanford Site Prime Contractors and the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
Join the Hanford Small Business Council, Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Bridging Partnerships’ sponsors for a development focused, information packed, and FUN-filled two days at the 14th Annual Bridging Partnerships Small Business Symposium. Bridging Partnerships is an opportunity for businesses of all sizes to gain valuable contracting tips and tricks, learn more about the mission and scope of work conducted at the Hanford Site, and to network! The event includes an optional Hanford site bus tour, evening welcome reception, breakout sessions, luncheon, tradeshow and more.
More Info: www.bridgingpartnerships.com