DHS Buys from Small Businesses

If you aren't selling to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) you are overlooking an agency that buys from small and medium sized companies. Over 30% of contracts are awarded to small businesses each year, and the last few years saw an upswing in total dollars awarded to both small and medium sized business.

DHS has a discretionary budget of approximately $40 billion with around $12 billion annually in contract expenditure.

Join Fedmarket President, Richard White, for a two-hour webinar and walk away with the information you need to start selling to DHS.   Mr. White will give step-by-step instruction on locating procurement intelligence within DHS, and preparing a focused sales plan. The webinar presentation, the DHS Contract Opportunity Guide, will be made available to attendees prior to the broadcast for review, and questions may be submitted to Mr. White prior to the broadcast.

Webinar: Selling to DHS, a Federal Contracting Sweet Spot
Date: March 12, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm (EST)

DHS's contracting budget is large, probably as stable as any federal agency, and could grow rapidly depending on a number of inevitable but difficult to predict factors like:

  1. Weather worsening with more natural disasters
  2. Increased threats from terrorism
  3. Increased cyber security threats
  4. Immigration enforcement
  5. Threats to transportation security

Learn More:

Selling to DHS, a Federal Contracting Sweet Spot - Join Fedmarket President, Richard White, for a two-hour presentation and walk away with the information you need to start selling to DHS. Mr. White will give step-by-step instruction on locating procurement intelligence within DHS, and preparing a focused sales plan.

DHS Contract Opportunity Guide - The DHS Contract Opportunity Guide will provide you with methods you can use as part of an ongoing business development process. The guide focuses on DHS, but the same process can be applied to any federal agency.

Questions? Call 888 661 4094, Ext. 2.

Visit www.fedmarket.com


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