Uncle SAM (the US federal government) spent close to $4 trillion last year! Yes, $4 TRILLION DOLLARS! One of the government’s popular ways of awarding opportunities to small business owners is through a contract vehicle called a Federal Supply Schedule also known as a GSA Schedule. Learn how to use a GSA Schedule to get you to your own government contracts. In addition, the General Service Administration (GSA) is the agency that oversees the Public Building Services (PBS) which manages the leases, maintenance, and operations of government facilities. They seek to you use small business owners for opportunities in this area as well.
If you have ever been interested in selling your services, products, and even real estate to the government, then you should register for this association meeting now. Selling to the government is in high demand and this is the session that will get you closer to that goal! Our association meetings always sale out so confirm your seat today.
What: Everything on GSA (General Service Administration)
Where: GCA Office; 3300 Buckeye Road; Atlanta, GA 30341
When: Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Time: Networking starts at 6:00 pm, Events start at 6:30 pm
Cost: FREE to members; $15 to guests
Click to register:
Want to join GCA? Click here: http://www.govassociation.org/join
Who Should Attend:
- All members of Government Contractors Association
- Any business owner looking to learn about GSA schedules
- New & Existing Business Owners interested in Government Contracting
- Any established business looking to expand their network and netWORTH
What You’ll Experience:
- Gain insight on how to use a GSA schedule for your business
- Learn what top 10 sectors the government will be buying from
- Learn about how GCA helps business owners expand their existing business into government contracting
- Create new business relationships
- Bring your questions to be answered by these experts
- And more!
The event is open to the public. Space is always limited at our Association meetings so guarantee your seat by registering now.
The event is also listed on www.govassociation.org.