PTAC Lunch and Learn

Wyoming District Office  -  June 2020

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PTAC Lunch and Learn

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Please join us for fun, interactive discussions of basic government contracting tips, tricks and know-how.

Attendees are encouraged to participate so bring questions, success stories, and lessons learned!

All virtual meetings will be held at 12:00pm Mountain Time
June 10, 2020:  Finding Opportunities on Public Purchase (30 Min.) 

  • Andi Lewis, PTAC Program Manager will walk us through setting up and making the most of a free Public Purchase account- a great way to find and bid on State, County, and Municipal solicitations.
  • Attendees are encouraged to participate so bring questions, success stories, and lessons learned!

June 24, 2020:  GSA Schedules with Eric Rettig 

  • Join Eric Rettig of the Region 8 GSA Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business for a foundational discussion regarding GSA Schedules. 

July 8, 2020:  FedConnect and Beta.SAM.Gov:  How they work together 

  • Andi Lewis, PTAC Program Manager, will talk about using FedConnect to find details on solicitations put out by various federal agencies and how to set up an account and use the site.

July 22, 2020:  Reading & Responding to Solicitations (for beginners) with Eric Weisman 

  • Join Eric Weisman, Procurement Analyst and Small Business Specialist for the National Park Service for a lively presentation on reading and responding to solicitations. 

Register here:  (Use the dropdown box to choose the date you are registering for!) 

https://uwyo.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwpdeCrrzguGd0Hu171F7fmL5CWdFA45RrP 

For more information:  Janean Forsyth Lefevre, WY PTAC 307-343-0765 jforsyth@uwyo.edu 

 

This workshop is based upon work supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration under cosponsorship agreement 18-0897-105.  Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Small Business Administration. All SBA programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.

 

 

 

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