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Government Procurement Series- Prince George’s County

August 14 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Do you want to do business with the government but don’t know how? MWBC is introducing a six-part series that will teach you how to prepare properly, how to register with various agencies, how to understand your market and define your core competency, how to pitch your business, how to determine price and how to put together a winning contract. Meet procurement specialists at our final match-making session. Participate in all six sessions for a discount ($199 for series) or take individual sessions applicable to your needs. You must attend three of the six sessions in order to participate in the match-making session.

The sequence of the series will be: #1 Introduction – July, #2 Understanding Your Market – August, #3 How to Price & Develop a Winning Proposal- September, #4 Accounting & Compliance Issues- October, #5 What You Need to Know About Financing, Bonding,& Insurance -November, #6 Understanding Contracts (Joint Ventures, Partnerships, etc)- November, Bonus Match-making Session: Meet the Primes & Procurement Officers- December

Note our Policy: You must register online at www.marylandwbc.org so that we can save a place for you in the workshop.

Details

Date:
August 14
Time:
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://mdwbc.ecenterdirect.com/events/787060

Organizer

Maryland Women’s Business Center
Phone:
301-315-8091
Email:
info@marylandwbc.org

Other

Instructor(s)
Angie Duncanson
Focus Areas
Procurement (seeling to the government)
Prerequisite(s)
None
Point of Contact
Angie Duncanson, 301-383-1550 ext 104
Fee
$199

Venue

Prince George’s Economic Development Corporation
1801 McCormick Drive, 1st Floor Training
Largo, MD 20788 United States
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