UNDATED – Purdue@WestGate is offering a free webinar on how to access town, city, county, state, and federal government websites to seek their vendor registration process and bids.
Phase 2 of Doing Business with the Government – Where do I find bids? will provide information on how to market your business services/products to local, state, and federal governments.
This includes an overview of accessing town, city, county, state, and federal government websites to seek their vendor registration process and bid opportunities.
Webinar also includes instructions on seeking government contract awards using the federal government www.usaspending.gov system.
About Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center
Helps Indiana small businesses compete for and win local, state and federal government SALES by providing:
- 1-on-1 counseling
- Certification & Registration Assistance
- Subcontracting Assistance
- Product & Procurement
- Proposal Preparation
- Workshops & Events
- Bid-matching services
- GSA Schedules
- Assistance with Federal Regulations & Military Specifications
- No Cost
View the Indiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center Website Here
About the Speaker
Andy Alexander has 48 years of government-related experience. Following his 25 years of military service, he has served as a Federal Government/Department of Defense (DoD) contractor, as the Nebraska PTAC Program Director/Manager in Omaha, NE, and as a Government Contract Specialist/PTAC Counselor with Iowa State University (ISU) in Council Bluffs, IA. He now serves as a PTAC Procurement Specialist with the IEDC in Indiana. Alexander counsels businesses located throughout the 243 towns within the 26 counties located in south central Indiana, providing procurement counseling for businesses interested in selling their products or services to town, city, county, state and federal governments.
This webinar is being co sponsored by the Purdue@WestGate and IEDC Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC).
This month’s webinar sponsor is geoConvergence. You can view their website here.
If you have any questions, email Samantha Nelson, Program Manager, Purdue Foundry at WestGate, at firstname.lastname@example.org.