Spring Training – Marketing To The Department Of Defense Workshop…and more

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These free workshops are Workshops designed to help you succeed in winning government contracts.

Offered by the Washington Department of Commerce Defense Industry Adjustment Program in partnership with Washington Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), Kitsap Procurement Technical Assistance Center, the Small Business Administration and supported by the Washington Military Alliance.

Workshops will be held at the Puget Sound Regional Council, 1011 Western Avenue Suite 500, Seattle WA.

Taught by former Military and Federal Contracting Officers, Procurement Counselors, and SBA Specialists.

See Instructor Bios: http://wamilitaryalliance.org/government-contracting/workshops/

MARKETING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Led by Mary Jo Juarez and Mona Carlson
April 16th, 2015 – Register Here

Learn to create the basic tools of the trade BEFORE marketing to the DOD; perform market research on what the government buys; learn how to create Line Cards and Capability Statements; Find out how the DOD advertises their procurements, and more.

HOW TO CONTRACT WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

May 21st, 2015 – Register Here
July 24th, 2015 – Register Here
September 15th, 2015 – Register Here

This focused 3-hour workshop will teach you the basics of selling to the DOD. Learn how the DOD buys, where to find contracting opportunities, and the Certifications available that can give your business a competitive edge.

METHODS OF GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING

Led by Tom Westerlund
July 14th, 2015 – Register Here
October 20th, 2015 – Register Here

What’s an RFP, an IFB, or a MACC? Government Contracting can seem like alphabet soup – this workshop will clear up the confusion, and tell you HOW the government buys goods and services.

THE PROPOSAL SERIES

Led by Mary Jo Juarez and Mona Carlson
June 18th and (optional) June 19th, 2015
Day One Registration Here. Optional Day Two Registration Here.

Responding to proposals from the DOD point of view will ensure your proposal gets noticed and read. Learn what the government looks for when evaluating proposals, and how to make sure yours will get their attention.

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