For Vendors Seeking Government Contracts Events

Past Events and Training

2016
Tuesday, January 26 Small Business Webinar - GSA-NCR Marketing to the Federal Government

The marketing training is for Small Business vendors interested in learning marketing strategies for doing business with the government.

Washington, DC
Thursday, May 12 GSA's Reverse Auction for Training for Vendors (Virtual)

Learn how to use GSA's New Reverse Auction eTool

n/a, On-Line
Tuesday, May 24 MAS 75 Industry Day

Attend this free GSA event to learn about the future of MAS Schedule 75.

New York, NY
Thursday, May 26 GSA's Reverse Auction for Training for Vendors (Virtual)

Learn how to use GSA's New Reverse Auction eTool

Atlanta, GA
Tuesday, June 7 How to Submit a Quality Offer presented by GSA IWAC

IWAC Contract Specialists will walk you through the process and provide tips and tricks on submitting a quality offer

n/a, On-Line
Monday, June 13 CNAP Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Services (HACS) Workshop

A workshop in support of the Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP).

Washington, DC
Tuesday, August 16 Managing Your GSA Contract Modifications Webinar

Join this informative webinar about how the contract modification process works for MAS contracts hosted by IWAC Contract Specialists.

n/a, On-Line
Tuesday, October 18 Managing Your GSA Contract Modifications Webinar

Join this informative webinar about how the contract modification process works for MAS contracts hosted by IWAC Contract Specialists.

n/a, On-Line
2017
Monday, March 6 NGA/GSA Industry Day

Join us for this live event. The National Geospatial Agency (NGA) will explain their Commercial Initiative to Buy Operationally Responsive GEOINT (CIBORG) and GSA will outline how they are supporting CIBORG.

Washington, DC
Monday, March 13 Cloud Access for Federal Enterprise (CAFE) Collaborative Workshop

As the cloud computing landscape across the Federal government has changed the cloud team is proposing some new initiatives to change the way cloud is procured, paid for and perceived to ultimately further cloud adoption across the Federal government

Washington, DC