What is it
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Speaker: Richard White
Complimentary Webinar: Small Business Preference Programs
Small Business Preference Programs: Their Strengths and Limitations
Preferences in government contracting were established to give small businesses a fair share of federal contracting dollars. Each year a percentage of contracts are labeled as "set aside" for different types of small businesses. Such contracts can only be bid upon by small businesses which fit under the definition of that particular set aside.
Join Fedmarket's President, Richard White, for a 60-minute webinar covering the different types of preference programs available, the certification process, and an honest assessment of how beneficial a preference program could be to your business.
- The good things about preference programs
- The not so good things about preference programs
- Who in the government likes small businesses?
- Why do small business preference programs exist?
- Agency annual small business contracting goals
- The edge small businesses have under the programs
- Summary of qualification and certification requirements
- Descriptions of each program, regulations, qualifications, and application requirements
- 8(a) Program for Small Disadvantaged Businesses
- Veteran Preference Programs
- HUB Zone Preference Programs
- Women Owned Preference Program
- Mentor-Protege Program
Why is this webinar unique?
In 60 minutes you will have gather information all the available government contracting preferences programs along with qualification criteria, and certification requirements.
Who Should Attend?
Those who want to learn about the different preference programs available, and understand what the certification process for each program entails.
Why Should You Attend?
You may be eligible to compete for contracts set-aside for preference programs. By obtaining preference program status you limit the number of competitors, and may increase your business by helping prime contractors meet their small business sub-contracting goals.