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Webinar: To See or To Be Seen in Government Contracting, Use the Right Codes! 2:00PM ET August 13th

To See or To Be Seen, Use the Right Codes!

balanced naics-psc 36553291_lDid you know every contract action recorded by federal agencies in the Federal Procurement Data System include references to two different classification systems? One is very well-known and the other not so much, but both are vitally important to Government and Industry.

There’s a balance companies need to achieve when doing business with the U.S. Government and it probably isn’t one that is top of mind for most. However, in order to have a robust view of the landscape from an opportunity standpoint, you need to understand how agencies describe what they are buying. Conversely, to ensure the greatest visibility for your company when agencies come looking, using the right information to describe what your company does or offers, is just as important.asbc rgb

This complimentary webinar will discuss the NAICS and PSC classification systems and how they are used by Government and Industry.

Attendees will find out that Uncle Sam does not buy based on NAICS alone!

This webinar is hosted by The American Small Business Coalition in partnership with:

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About Editor-in-Chief Visionary

Go-To-Guy Timberlake is the Editor-in-Chief Visionary of GovConChannel and oversees the creation and curation of relevant and timely 'News And Information That Matters To Small Government Contractors.'


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