Meeting Archive:
Selling Your Goods & Services to the Federal Government


Meeting Description:
The federal government buys $280 Billion dollars for goods and services annually.  All purchases under $150,000 (except those contracts under $3,000) are set-aside solely for Small Businesses. If you are interested in marketing your products and services to federal government, this webinar will provide you with an understanding of the government contracting process.
 
TOPICS to be covered:
  1. How the government buys goods and services
  2. Types of certifications need to be eligible to sell to the government
  3. How to conduct market research to find out who buys your goods and services
  4. Basic registrations and rules in the Federal arena
  5. What is PTAC
  6. Services provided by the PTAC
Details
Date: Thu, Mar 7, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): Rutgers Newark SBDC
 Presenter Information
Rachel I. Klien-Pintouri
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Rachel Klein-Pintouri has been a Marketing Specialist at NJIT in the Procurement Technical Assistance Center for the last eight years. She received her B.A. from Montclair State University in Anthropology and graduated from the preparatory division of the Manhattan School of Music. She has had over twenty five years as director of operations in the fields of transportation and commercial real estate. She just received her CVE veteran's verification certification, one of only two in New Jersey, and she is a member of WID, NJAWBO, NCMA and APTAC. She does over twenty presentations and seminars a year and loves to talk to and help small businesses.