Certifications for Set-Asides (Gov Con 102) - Shreveport

Topic: Government Contracting
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Does Your Business Qualify for any Certifications? Come learn about government contracts that are set aside for certain businesses with special certifications, such as woman-owned, small disadvantaged businesses and HUBZone.

This course covers the various federal, state, and local certifications programs and their benefits. It will help you determine if you qualify for any set-aside programs and will go over the requirements of each.

Dana Cawthon, SBDC Regional Director will provide an overview of no-charge services offered to Louisiana businesses.
Jennifer Whittington, PTAC Counselor will discuss certifications for set-asides and the qualifications and regulations.

Speaker(s): Presenters will be Dana Cawthon, Regional Director of the Northwest & Central Region Small Business Development Center and Jennifer Whittington, Procurement Counselor at Northwest LA Procurement Technical Assistance Center.

Co-Sponsor(s): Northwest Louisiana Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)

* 2 hour course instructions, 3 hours with Q&A*

There is no charge for this seminar presented as a business service by the SBDC and PTAC. Seating is limited so early registration is encouraged. Registrants are encouraged to register online at LSBDC.org to ensure space availability. However, registrants may also call 318-357-5611 to register.


Fee: Free

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Shreveport, LA 71105
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