GSA Video Series Makes it Easier for Small Businesses to do Business with Federal Government

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Lights, Camera, Action — Just in time for National Small Business week, GSA premiers  Doing Business With GSA, a new video series that makes it easier for small businesses to learn more about doing business with the federal government.Doing Business

The Doing Business With GSA Video Series gives small businesses the opportunity to learn more about doing business with the federal government when it’s convenient for them.

Associate Administrator for the Office of Small Business Utilization Jerome Fletcher said:

Small companies are always working to grow their businesses and their time is valuable. We created an on-demand/learn-when-it’s-convenient-for-you resource that helps any small business learn more about doing business with government.”

The series is divided into six chapters with each video focusing on a different topic: Doing Business With GSA Video Introduction

  1. Doing Business with GSA, Contracting for New Vendors Part 1
  2. Doing Business with GSA, Contracting for New Vendors Part II
  3. Doing Business with GSA, Contract Marketing Tips Part I
  4. Doing Business with GSA, Contract Marketing Tips Part II
  5. Doing Business with GSA, Contract Marketing Tips Part III
  6. Doing Business with GSA, Sustainable Acquisitions

The videos are part of GSA’s “Small Business First” campaign, a push within the agency to spread awareness about the importance of contracting with small businesses.

Contracting with small businesses is a win-win for both the federal government and the small business community. The government receives great service at great value, while small businesses gain opportunities to grow and create jobs.

The series was developed by GSA’s Office of Small Business Utilization with help from First Generation, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.

This National Small Business Week, which is celebrated May 4 – May 8, GSA will be providing training/outreach to small businesses already doing or looking to do business with the federal government. In addition, we’ll be highlighting the agency’s great work in helping to expand opportunities for small businesses.

GSA received an “A” grade from the Small Business Administration for its work expanding opportunities for small businesses around the country. GSA awarded $1.3 billion to small business in Fiscal Year 2013.

Learn more about GSA efforts to expand opportunities for small business.

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