i4GovCon 21- So you want to be a federal contractor?


Many small businesses desire to be a federal contractor. Jenny walks you through the process and challenges.

In this Podcast Jenny answers the questions:

  • What do I need to know to get started as a Federal Contractor?
  • Do I just go and meet with prime contractors?
  • Where do I go to find the basics?
  • Should I consider being certified as a Veteran Owned Small Business?
  • Do I need to get a Trifold?
  • How do I keep it all organized?
  • How do I find out what agencies are buying my services and where?
  • There is so much activity out there how do I narrow it down?
  • If I have a military background, should I just be looking at Department of Defense Contracts?
  • What is a GSA Schedule and how do I get one?
  • How do I get a large contract like SeaPortE or AMCOM Express?
And more!

To Speak with a Government Contracting Expert visit the Solvability Web Site

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