Contracting with California: I'm Certified, Now What? | DGS/PTAC

Contracting with California: I'm Certified, Now What? | DGS/PTAC

Thursday, January 14, 2021 10:00am to 11:00am
Free

 

As a small business, you are not too small to land a contract. Now that your business is certified, it's time to pursue contract opportunities with California state government.

Join us to learn how to find out which agencies buy what you sell, how to connect with SB/DVBE advocates, and how to elevate your business's chances of winning a contract.

Webinar Topics Include:

  • Finding bid opportunities
  • Improving your Cal eProcure profile
  • Conducting market research
  • Contacting an advocate
  • Reciprocity
  • Resources
  • Commercially Useful Function

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Speaker

California Office of Small Business and DVBE Services

The Department of General Services, Procurement Division (DGS-PD), Office of Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Services (OSDS) is the state's certifying agency that oversees the Small Business (SB), Small Business for the Purpose of Public Works (SB-PW), and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) certification programs. The OSDS also oversees the Nonprofit Recognition (NP) and Nonprofit Veteran Service Agency (NVSA) certification programs. The purpose of the certification program is to promote and increase SB, SB-PW, DVBE, NVSA and NP participation in state contracting.


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