JEDI Webinar - Government Contracting 101 for Small Businesses

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Can your business grow through government contracts? If you are a small business owner that wants to gain insight into how to sell your products or services to the federal government, you'll want to attend this FREE webinar! Topics covered in this webinar include: Small Business Administration (SBA) Overview.  Federal Small Business Contracting Programs. Identifying Target Federal Agencies
Small Business Resources to Help You Succeed. Paul Tavernia leads a team of Business Development Specialists whose focus is primarily in the government contracting arena. He and his team ensure small business participation in federal government contracting opportunities. Their mission includes assisting small businesses with government certifications and assistance in understanding the programs and services available through the SBA.
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COTA Australia welcomes the opportunity to provide brief comments to the Senate Inquiry into the digital delivery of government services. While we address the stated Terms of Reference below, we also raise strong concern that the issue of digital inclusion is missing from the Committee’s scope of consideration. It is just as important (and challenging) to understand and address inclusion as it is to ensure privacy and security when building government digital platforms, service delivery models and business practices.


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COTA Australia welcomes the opportunity to provide brief comments to the Senate Inquiry into the digital delivery of government services. While we address the stated Terms of Reference below, we also raise strong concern that the issue of digital inclusion is missing from the Committee’s scope of consideration. It is just as important (and challenging) to understand and address inclusion as it is to ensure privacy and security when building government digital platforms, service delivery models and business practices.

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