Thursday, September 3, 2020, 11:00 AM Eastern
International Contracting with the U.S. Government
The U.S. government is an international client with buying power all over the world. Military bases, international aid, embassies, and outposts are located in countries outside the United States. Just as with domestic agencies, these international locations have needs that are fulfilled by contractors.
This webinar is for U.S. based vendors looking to work internationally and vendors outside of the United States looking to win contracts with the U.S. government.
International Contracting Basics
To fulfill needs at these international locations, the government signs deals with both domestic companies and non-domestic companies. In addition, some contracts within the United States are handled by companies located outside of U.S. borders.
There are guidelines and regulations for how this type of contracting works. These rules are designed to protect American interests and national security.
In this webinar, you will learn how to navigate the regulations and the language barriers for international contracts with the U.S. government.
We’ll also provide you with instructions and tips for the best tool you can have for searching for opportunities, performing market research, and managing relationships.
- NATO Commerical and Government Entity (NCAGE) Code - Basic requirement for international companies
- Limitations on set-aside programs
- English language usage
- Regulation and policy
- Barry Amendment
- Buy American
- Joint Certification Program (JCP) Certification
- Finding Contracts
- Advanced Procurement Portal Tips
- International agencies/locations of the U.S. government
This content will be focused around international contract opportunities, but could be applied generally to all federal contracts.
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