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|About the Simplified Acquisitions Spending Report|
One of the easiest ways for Government agencies to procure supplies and services does not require the award of a contract vehicle like the GSA Schedule nor tremendous upfront investment of consultants or back-office resources. Even so, it continues to be a substantive business opportunity that is greatly overlooked and misunderstood by small federal contractors.
review of a U.S. Government repository of transaction data shows more than two million contract actions occurring during fiscal years 2010, 2011 and 2012 resulting in purchases of more than $41 billion dollars in goods
and services worldwide, in support
of requirements for nearly every federal agency, board and commission.
The Simplified Acquisitions Spending Report provides an up-to-date and substantive look at streamlined purchasing agency-by-agency for buys executed using the Simplified Acquisition Procedures, including those exceeding the Simplified Acquisition Threshold.
Participants will be exposed to a substantive overview of what Simplified Acquisitions are as well as a glimpse at spending for the previous three fiscal years. The heart of this presentation is a dive into the YTD spending for the selected federal agency to include:
The education and intelligence received during the webinar combined with a copy of the presentation will leave participants armed with practicable information to help them engage federal agencies for SAP/SAT business opportunities.
Want to learn how to find and leverage this information yourself? You might consider registering for an upcoming edition of our two-part market research workshop, Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors™.
The Simplified Acquisitions Spending Report is presented as a live webinar and is an AcquisitionInsights™ presentation of:
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