Small Business Alliance: General Services Administration Road Show
Due to issues beyond our control, the following event is being postponed till January 2019. All industry registrants will be refunded any training fees paid and once a date has been chosen, all registrants will be notified.
The ACT-IAC Small Business Alliance is pleased to announce Agency Road Show with the General Services Administration (GSA), a critical government agency that provides agencies with workplaces, offers full lifecycle assisted acquisition solutions, and promotes management best practices to improve government operations. Working together with the GSA Office of Small Business Utilization (OSBU), attendees from both the public and private sectors will learn how to work with this vital Federal agency to benefit millions of American citizens.
Attendees of this session are eligible to receive 4 Continuous Learning Points (CLP's)
This ACT-IAC Small Business Alliance's half-day forum, will foster an interactive, candid conversation between small business with GSA representatives where they will discuss a broad cross section of topics that are not only of interest to the small business community but also of interest to large businesses and other Federal stakeholders, as well. The topics include:
- Steps that companies – and especially small businesses – can take to grow and succeed while supporting GSA customers.
- Suggestions for small businesses that want to increase their level of engagement with GSA.
- Important policies and priorities that are driving GSA and how these policies will impact forthcoming business opportunities.
As with all ACT-IAC events, audience participation is highly encouraged. Attendee collaboration is vital for success.
Training Session Fees:
Industry Non-Member: $300.00
ACT-IAC Industry Member: $150.00
ACT-IAC Government Member: 0.00
ACT-IAC events are intended to provide an objective and vendor-neutral collaborative environment where government and industry can work together on issues of mutual interest and forge relationships based on trust. Attendees are requested to avoid using this forum for business development purposes.