Government contracting can be a great financial opportunity for small businesses.The United States government is the world’s largest consumer. It purchases a wide range of goods and services in large and small quantities, and it is mandated by law to consider small businesses when making purchases.
Topics discussed in this chapter include benefits and risks, certifications for contracting, capabilities statements, PTAC, and HubZone certifications.
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Benefits and Risks
Optional Certifications for Contracting
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- Government contracting has good compensation and a good reputation.
- For federal contracting, you must register in the system for ____ _____ and each agency individually.
- What is Go-DBE?
- Your capabilities statement should be:
- PTAC assists businesses interested in becoming government contractors, and they also help existing contractors grow their business.
- In order for a small business to qualify for HUBZone, it must be at least __% owned by US citizens.
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