How to Impress Federal Buyers with The Simplified Acquisition Program

2020 / by USFCR Academy

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Thursday, April 30, 2020, 11:00 AM Eastern

How to Impress Federal Buyers with The Simplified Acquisition Program

This webinar is now available ON DEMAND by completing the form below.

With the right approach, even government contracts can be won simply. Many contracts can bypass proposal writing and competitive bidding by meeting certain guidelines called Simplified Acquisition Procedures (SAP).

Before the webinar, sign up for your business evaluation for the Simplified Acquisition Program.

In order for a business to take full advantage of these no-bid contracts, they need to be marketing correctly and building relationships with the right people.

In response, US Federal Contractor Registration, has developed the Simplified Acquisition Program. A combination of web optimization, exclusive data and guaranteed compliance gives enrolled small businesses the resources that are typically only available to large companies.

One of the main features of the Simplified Acquisition Program is the online capabilities statement. This website provides contracting officers and prime contractors with key information on your business's capabilities, differentiators, points of contact, and more. 

In this webinar you will learn how to find SAP contracts, make a strong impression on federal buyers, and enroll in the Simplified Acquisition Program.

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USFCR Marketing

This webinar is now available ON DEMAND by completing the form below.
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USFCR Academy is the learning and training resource of US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR). The Academy educates current and future clients of USFCR on government contracting, federal registrations and certifications, and provides contract bid training so they can qualify and sell to the federal government.