Throughout the year, RI PTAC presents informative, relevant training workshops geared to all levels of industry from new clients just getting started in government contracting, to seasoned suppliers entering new facets of the government supply chain.
2017-2018 TRAINING / WORKSHOPS
January 18th – Market Research – CANCELED
Determine whether you are better off as a prime contractor or subcontractor. How does the value of your product or service determine your sales strategy? How does your product define how you do business and compete for sales? Where is the best place to start and determine if there is opportunity for your business? Learn the answers to these questions at our workshop. This workshop is intended for those with less than 3 years of government contracting experience.
February 7th – Opportunities in Government Subcontracting
Find out how to identify large government contractors that need your product or service. How do they find your small business; how do you find them? Learn how to successfully compete and participate as a federal government subcontractor? During this session, we will define the role of the subcontractor relationship in government contracting and identify resources and strategies for marketing as a subcontractor.
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Location: Unless stated otherwise, training is held at The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, 315 Iron Horse Way, Suite 101 (for GPS search 555 Valley Street) Providence, RI. 02908. Please check the location listed on the eCenter sign-up page for each event.
Time: Generally 2 hours beginning at 9:00 a.m. Training sessions may vary throughout the year and are subject to change. For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (401) 278-9199.
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The RI PTAC is a program sponsored by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation and offers assistance to businesses seeking to market goods and services to the federal, state, or local governments. The content of any training offered by the RI PTAC is solely designed to give guidance and is not to be construed as legal advice, and does not necessarily reflect the official views of or imply endorsement by DLA.