Price: $1,500

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Once a firm receives its 8(a) Certification it is important that the firm take advantage of that certification immediately because the lifespan of an 8(a) Certification is only 9 years in duration. Additionally the size of contracts builds upon itself so each consecutive year the firms SBA representative will allow the firm to partake in large and large sole source contracts. If your firm has a seasoned federal business development specialist onboard then this course will be a refresher for them, for those without any federal business development experience this course is essential for the firm to gain full value of the firm’s 8(a) certification.

The program is broken up into three sessions.

Session 1: Your business development professionals are trained how to identify the departments and the federal agencies that are the best match for your firm’s products or service offerings. Your team will also learn the best contracting vehicles that these federal agencies prefer and how to make contact with your target agency.

Session 2: We work through the process of developing a capabilities statement for your team using proven federal business development best practices. Your team will lean how to independently manipulate multiple government data sources to develop your pricing strategy. This will help ferret out what agencies are buying similar products and services with your offerings. Additionally your team will learn who the key competitors are and work on developing a plan on how to engage in competition and alliances with other key members within your industry.

Session 3: Your teams plan is put into action. The plan organizes the current federal resources at your disposal while also identifying new federal targets that should be relevant to your firms business offerings.

Our Easy 8a Service Process

  • 1. Free Consultation to determine eligibility, review potential obstacles.
  • 2. Retainer Letter and Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect our client's privacy.
  • 3. Consultation with application checklist preparer. Interviews with Social, Economic and Two-Year Waiver narrative writers.
  • 4. Final review of the application.
  • 5. Answer SBA Business Opportunity Specialist's inquiries.
  • 6. SBA Certification Letter.