Teaching small businesses how, who and when to engage government customers. Dispelling misconceptions and educating companies how to responsibly ”do” government contracting.
Ep5 Veteran Symposium
Hosted by InLab at Hillsborough Community College, this event is designed for Veterans, active-duty personnel, their spouses, and civilian business partners who are interested in starting a business, or already have a small business and need additional knowledge and tools to grow that business. Mr. Andy Bennett, PMP, discussed working with public sector and government offices. As a Veteran, you must know them, and know you. Listen for more.
Ep4 Working with FEMA
One of many organizations out the willing and wanting to do business with you. In this episode, we will discuss how to find opportunities and work with this agency.
Ep3 Limits on Subcontracting
In this episode we'll discuss more details about subcontracting. This is a great ways to approach efforts you may not be able to complete yourself. Pro tip, Contracting Officers like to see teaming and partnering as well. Gives them a better sense the work will be completed as opposed to a single point of failure.
Ep2 Simplified Acquisition Threshold Increase and what it means to you
Small businesses need to know the rules of the game to be successful in government contracting. on 31 August 2020 one of those rules just went in your favor. The level of what project must go to small businesses just increased from $150K to $250K. That's a big deal and widens the size of projects for specifically small businesses.
Ep1 Step-by-Step Guide: Register you company for Federal Contracting
Step-by-Step Guide to get your CAGE Code. Critical requirement to compete for government contracts and grants. How to register a company in order to do business with the United States Federal Government. We walk through and screen-share the step by steps process to show how this is done. You CAN do business with the Federal Government. You can do it RESPONSIBLY!!