Small business contractors continue to play an important role in helping federal agencies respond during the COVID-19 pandemic. Opportunities remain available for small businesses to bid on contracts and contribute to the mission of agencies.
Join us for an overview of how to sell to the federal government, to include SBA programs and certifications to assist your small business.
This month we welcome guest presenter, Lori Falkenstrom, Small Business Specialist with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to discuss doing business with the agency. GSA is one of the federal government’s largest buyers, contracting for billions of dollars’ worth of products and services each year for its U.S. government “customers.” These customers include most agencies of the executive, judicial, and legislative branches and federal government and military facilities worldwide. GSA rents, builds, furnishes, and maintains government offices and buys products ranging from pens to state-of-the-art computers. GSA also contracts for services as varied as trash removal and information technology.