March 16 – 18, 2021
Learn about opportunities with federal agencies, large prime contractors and make B2B connections
Government Contracting Success Week Spring 2021 (GCS Week) is a virtual event packed full of information and tangible Federal contracts. Register now for the opportunity to be scheduled for sessions with Federal Agencies and Large Prime contractors. Learn about opportunities within your industry, meet decision-makers and create B2B connections.
This event will consist of 3 days packed full of information and tangible contracts with Federal Agencies and Large Prime contractors.
Small businesses will be assigned an event schedule including a variation of sessions. There will be 1 schedule assigned per small business. Schedule will be made according to the industry requirements of the presenting organization/federal agency. Schedules will be sent out the week of March 8th.
When registering, please be sure to provide your top 5 NAICS codes (North American Industry Classification System Codes) and your capability statements.
All small businesses that provide their capability statement will be assigned Federal Agency Sessions and/or Prime Sessions in accordance with their capabilities and the needs of the organizations/agencies.
What to Expect
All Info Sessions will be hosted by FSMSDC staff from all existing programs & partnering organizations (Chamber Organizations, Nonprofits, Business Centers, etc.)
All Prime Sessions will be hosted by large corporations and will discuss existing opportunities for small business contracting and subcontracting in the federal government (IBM, Verizon, Dell, etc.)
Federal Agency Sessions
All Federal Agency Sessions will be hosted by Federal Government Agency representatives and will discuss existing opportunities for small businesses within their agency. (Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Health and Human Services, etc.)
Who Can Participate?
Small businesses who:
• are certified 8(a) participants
• have a HUBZone certified small business
• have an economically disadvantaged women-owned
• have a small business located in areas of high
unemployment or low income
• have a small business owned by low income individuals
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