Acquisition Hour: Market Research – Using the Federal Procurement Data Systems (FPDS)January 23, 2018 Webinar
|Start Date||January 23, 2018|
|End Date||January 23, 2018|
|Time||1:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
|Contact Info||Benjamin Blanc
|Register Online||Register for Event|
The Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) is a resource that can help you to identify new markets, and new customers. FPDS data can provide a better understanding of what the federal government is buying, when they are buying and how they are buying. Have you ever wondered if being a GSA Schedule contractor makes sense – really makes sense? Or, have you wondered which agency or agencies your competition is selling to and what they are selling? Do you have a new product and/or a service and would like to see if there are federal opportunities? These are only a few of the questions that FPDS data can help to answer. This first Webinar will provide an overview of the data and the various tools that can be used to access the data – ezSearch, Standard Reports and adhoc Reports. The session will end with an overview of how to analyze the data using MS Excel’s Pivot Table tool.
Speaker: Marc Violante, Wisconsin Procurement Institute (WPI)
Join the Wisconsin Procurement Institute and guest speakers for the WPI ACQUISITION HOUR – a series of lunchtime FREE LIVE WEBINARS on a variety of Federal government contracting topics! You will need to register to have access and be able to interact with the guest speaker– the web link will be sent to you after registering for the WEBINAR. The schedule will be updated as speakers commit to participate. If you have any topics that are of interest to you – please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
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This webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit.
To view a schedule of all upcoming webinars CLICK HERE.
National Contract Management Association – Wisconsin Chapter
Wisconsin Procurement Institute