The Federal Government spends large amounts of money in almost every community. Many of those dollars go to local businesses that provide needed goods and services that the government needs on a local basis. Government agencies located in or near your community might also be responsible for buying goods and services to used across the country or around the world. Figuring out how to deal with the bureaucracy is a challenge that many small business owners cannot overcome. You can with guidance from this workshop. Federal government business can be a source of long term, steady, and dependable revenue and invoices must be paid in 30 days - it's the law! This workshop will give you a solid understanding of how to find the government purchases that fit your business. Learn how to identify the right person who controls that purchasing and the steps required to become an authorized supplier. Once you understand how to get the door open business men and women usually find many opportunities that fit their company's product or service lines. The workshop leader has many years of experience in this field and brings a wealth of practical information to the table. You will walk away knowing how to start on the road to getting government business: •Learn the steps to obtain a CADGE # & a DUN # •Learn how to be designated as a "small business vendor" •Learn how to get listed in the gov't purchasing directories •Learn about the $150,000 blocks of business that must go to small businesses Don't miss the opportunity to add revenue to your business. The government offices contract work out to all kinds of small businesses - accountants, lawyers, auto repair, health care, cleaning services, landscaping, office supplies, equipment rental... The list goes on.