B2 G Information Seminar For Small Business Committee 2

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Get In the Game is a seminar about the Business-to-Government (B2G) market for entrepreneurs and small business owners that want to do business with over 1700 different government agencies. The …

Get In the Game is a seminar about the Business-to-Government (B2G) market for entrepreneurs and small business owners that want to do business with over 1700 different government agencies. The seminar provides actionable information about the federal market and how to register your business for government contracting.

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  • 1. Get in the GameB2G Market for Small Business
    Play in the $500 Billion Game
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  • 2. Agenda
    B2G Market
    Opportunities for small business
    Register your Business
    Find Opportunities
    Get in the Game
    Best Business Entrepreneurs Summit
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  • 3. Presidential Memorandum April 26, 2010
    Interagency Task Force on Federal Contracting Opportunities for Small Businesses
    Tasked to …
    Develop Innovative Strategies
    Remove Barriers
    Expand Outreach
    Establish policy
    … to help small business get in the game
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  • 4. Federal Government Purchases
    Over $500 billion worth of goods and services
    23% of all purchases to small business
    Over 32,000 opportunities active in FedBizOps (www.fbo.gov)
    13,000 are small business set-aside contracts
    only small businesses compete
    Available to all businesses in the United States
    Sell to federal agencies (1700+) in any state
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  • 5. What is purchased?
    Information from USASpending.gov
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  • 6. Who Spends in the Federal Market?
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  • 7. Who Spends in the Federal Market?
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  • 8. Where do we Spend?
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  • 9. Top Vendors in the Federal Market?
    Information from Federal Procurement Data System
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  • 10. Small Business Spending
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  • 11. Small Business in the Federal Market
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  • 12. Small Business Set Asides
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  • 13. Small Business Set Asides
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  • 14. Why Small Business Should Sell to the Federal Market
    Need for small business
    $3,000 to $100,000 mustbe
    reserved for
    certified small businesses
    (Small Business MUST RESPOND)
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  • 15. Where is the opportunity in the Federal Market?
    Procurement Methods
    Micro-purchases - < $3000
    Simplified Acquisition Process
    $3000 to $100,000
    By law should be set aside for small business, if small business responds
    Sealed Bidding – compete on price
    Contract Negotiations – > $100,000
    Consolidated Purchasing – GSA Schedule
    Small Business Strategy
    Learn about B2G market
    Register in Central Contractor Registry
    Leverage the rules to gain advantage
    Work with large businesses for opportunity
    Develop network for teaming arrangements
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  • 16. Get a D-U-N-S Number
    Required to do business with the U.S. Government
    Business identification number, similar to a Social Security number
    You can get a D-U-N-S Number for FREE by contacting Dun & Bradstreet at 866-705-5711 or http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform.
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  • 17. Register in the Centralized Contractor Registration (CCR) system
    Primary source for government agencies to learn about prospective vendors
    Search based on each vendor’s abilities, size, ownership and other parameters
    You need to be registered in CCR to win a contract from any federal civilian or military agency
    THEsource of information for the government and prime contractors with small business set aside goals written in their contracts
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  • 18. Find Opportunities
    Fed Biz Ops (www.fbo.gov)
    Register as a vendor
    Search using key words for your business
    Search using North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Codes
    http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/
    Set up email alerts for “Sources Sought” or “Presolicitation” RESPOND!!!
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    August 11, 2010
    6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    Crowne Plaza
    Event Fee: $25.00
    $10 off for Chamber Members
    Coupon code:
    Chamber
    http://bit.ly/cb5cZy
    www.b2gsolutions.org
    US Congressman
    Bill Posey
    Joe Sofia, VP Commercial Lending
    I. Wayne Cooper, CPA
    Dr. Randall M. Mauldin
    USMC (ret)
    CPSM®, PMP®
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    Table Top Sponsor Special for Chamber Members
    (5 Available)
    • 2 Tickets to the B2G Workshop
    • 24. 2 Tickets to the Best Business Entrepreneurs Summit
    • 25. 1 Business Table Top Display at the Entrepreneurs Summit
    • 26. 30 day trial membership to Space Coast Entrepreneurs
    $100.00 ($261 Value)
    Valid Through August 11, 2010 Only
    www.BestBusinessSummit.com
  • 27. Provide your business card to get a copy of this presentationor info@jackquinnsolutions.comQuestions???
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