Leveraging the GSA IT-70 Schedule to Capture State and Local Business (GSA IT-70 Schedule a)

Venue: Center for Innovative Technology

Location: Herndon, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 09, 2003
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Topics Overview: Congress has extended the use of the IT Schedule to state and local governments, opening this Schedule to all 50 states, 3,000 counties, 19,000 municipalities, and more than 14,000 school districts. Holding a GSA IT Schedule Contract has never offered so many opportunities for business with the public sector, and this Technology Seminar is the only forum dedicated solely to the explanation of this new rule from all perspectives.

Federal Schedules, Inc. is bringing together the most experienced industry leaders to educate and inform Federal Contractors, and companies wishing to do business in the public sector, about the recent developments in Federal Supply Schedule contracting and policy. Join local, state, and federal government officials; GSA executives; and Federal Schedules; as we explore the various benefits, requirements, direction, and challenges associated with this new rule, and this new way to reach the public sector government IT market.

Who Should Attend: All sales and marketing executives, business development managers, and sales professionals engaged in the public sector government IT market.

Fee: The cost of the program is $85.00 online; $95.00 walk-in day of the event and includes breakfast.

Register online today and reserve your seat to learn more on state and local government IT purchasing and what this could mean for your organization.


Additional Information

About Federal Schedules, Inc. Founded in 1986, Federal Schedules, Inc. is a small, woman-owned consulting firm which has provided Government Contract consulting services to the IT industry for over seventeen years. We have hosted a number of educational sessions on a variety of topics, such as 508 Compliance and Teaming arrangements; and have partnered with George Mason University in its Government Contracts colloquium.