Small Business Government Contracting Series: What is GSA (General Services Administration)?May 5, 2015 Wauwatosa
|Time||Registration: 10:00 am; Program 10:30 am; Q&A and Networking 11:30 am|
|Facility||Technology Innovation Center - Room 121|
10437 Innovation Drive, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53226 United States
|Contact Info||Carol Murphy
|Register Online||Register for Event|
What is GSA (General Services Administration)?
General Services Administration (GSA) is responsible for Buildings and Real Estate; contracts for products and services; and various policies and procedures. As you are looking to sell to the Government it is important to know what is available on GSA contracts and how they work. Join us and learn the basics of what GSA is and leave with how to find more information on GSA online.
Event is FREE but registration is required.
10:00 am – Registration and Networking
10:30 am – Presentation
11:30 am – Q&A and Networking
This session will cover:
- GSA Schedules
- GSA eLibrary
- GSA Advantage
Carol Murphy, Wisconsin Procurement Institute
WPI staff will be available to provide individual assistance after the workshop.
Small Business Government Contracting Series:
You are invited to join the Wisconsin Procurement Institute the first and third Tuesday of every month to network and learn about a range of topics related to government contracting and small business. These workshops are designed for businesses looking to enter or expand their presence in the government market – federal, state and local. Each session will offer a topic related to government contracting with current and relevant information for your business to better position itself in the government market. There is no cost to attend these events, however, registration is required. We look forward to seeing you there!
Wisconsin Procurement Institute