Contracting with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) coordinates contracts in preparation for and in response to national disasters. Understanding how the agency works will open up a huge opportunity for businesses of all sizes to capitalize on this form of federal spending.
News stories often focus on blunders and mismanagement in disaster relief while the good news about business opportunity is rarely highlighted. There are two things to learn from this fact:
- It is possible to fail on a FEMA contract.
- There is opportunity in FEMA contracts because there are many misconceptions about how federal disaster contracts work.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how FEMA disperses money during the relief efforts as well as how the agency initiates preparedness for the next crisis. FEMA works together with local governments to manage this type of work, so the relationship between the federal government, the state governments and private sector businesses will also be covered.
With this education, your business can potentially be on the upside of a of a terrible event. The profits you could receive from this are one thing; the accolades for providing assistance in the time of need is worth much more.
- The inner workings of FEMA as a sub-agency of The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
- The best way to get contracts during a national emergency including products and services in high demand
- The baseline requirements for being a federal contractor
Registering for a webinar is one thing. Using this information to win federal contracts is the goal though, right? Before you register for and watch the webinar below, sign up for your business qualification with a Registration & Contracting Specialist.
Your Hosts for This Webinar