Government Contracting

Sign up for this webinar with Dave RoseFederal Contracting For Small Business: An Introductory “How-To” Guide to Becoming a Government Contractor

Wednesday, November 3 at 12 PM ET (9 AM PT)
Duration: 1 hour
Presented by:  David Allen Rose, Attorney At Law, Rose Consulting LLC
Content Level: Beginner
This webinar is FREE to members and the public

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Interested in bidding for government contracts but unsure how to get started?  This webinar will provide important information for small businesses that are interested in doing work for the government.  The presenter, an expert in government contracting, will take you through the steps necessary to form a contracting entity, become registered as a government contractor, identify categories of your business size (e.g., small business, woman-owned business, HUB Zone, and veteran), and help you develop a successful marketing approach to capturing federal work. Also, register to receive a special download: “Government Proposal Preparation Checklist.”

Key Take-Aways:

  • The key steps to becoming a government contractor.
  • How to identify the Special Programs that apply to your status as a small business.
  • Effective strategies to market your products and services to the Federal Government.
  • SPECIAL BONUS DOWNLOAD: How To Create a Winning Government Contract Proposal
    Get this 5-page checklist when you register for this webinar


About the presenter:

David A. Rose, Esq., is the senior member of a law firm in Duluth, GA. With over 20 years experience in Federal Contracts and Procurement law, Mr. Rose was a former Deputy General Counsel of the Air Force Center for Engineering and Environmental Excellence where he oversaw over $4 Billion in Federal contracts each year. Mr. Rose served in numerous senior level positions all over the world and at the Pentagon and holds degrees in chemistry, mathematics and post doctoral degrees. He is active in many federal and state entities such as the State Bar of Georgia, the US Court of Federal Claims as well as the National Contract Management Association.

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