General Services Administration (GSA) and 8(a) Business Development Program - Details and Benefits

General Services Administration (GSA) and 8(a) Business Development Program - Details and Benefits

Thursday, March 23, 2017 6:00pm to 8:30pm

By obtaining 8(a) Business Development Program small and disadvantaged businesses can get set-aside federal contracts.

GSA establishes long-term government wide contracts with commercial firms to provide access to products and services at volume discount pricing.

This workshop will provide details of GSA Schedules & 8(a) Business Development Program. Examine the details to determine if your business is eligible and can fulfill the requirements to be 8(a) certified and/or to get on GSA Schedule.

Workshop Instructor: Ranjani Mohana Ranjani Mohana is a proven professional with a deep capacity to collaborate and build trust with diverse clients.  She brings experience in Operations, Administration & Business Development  as well as strong leadership qualities, significant project management skills and conscientious communication.

Ranjani's previous roles include Operations/Administration at Heartwood Inc. where she was instrumental in securing federal GSA, small, disadvantaged and minority-owned business certifications, Director of Operations/HR and Business Development at Karna Global Technologies Inc., International Program Manager at Texas Instruments and Founder/Director of Operations of Compu Tech Consultants, Inc.

Today, Ranjani is the owner of R Mo LLC, with the mission of assisting businesses with the process of researching opportunities, obtaining certifications of all kinds as well as estimating and bidding on contracts at a local, state and federal level.

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This procurement technical assistance center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency.