Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association


Federal Contracting Webinar No. 3: Federal Contracting for Small Businesses – June 18

Jun 10, 2020

June18-181865306 600x600With numerous projects ranging from new construction to energy efficiency upgrades to full retrofits currently being decided upon by the federal government, this third webinar in SMACNA’s five-part Federal Contracting Webinar Series will focus on how your company can employ proven strategies to effectively navigate the complex federal government contracting system to take full advantage of current and upcoming work opportunities.

Participants will learn how to use the federal government’s small business programs to find new opportunities, with a focus on the specific programs that are available. Additionally, participants will learn how their firms can qualify for these programs, how these programs can ultimately benefit their firms, and best practices to secure contracts. An in-depth tutorial of how to work through the full contract process will also be provided.

When it comes to the CARES Act and PPP, information can seem like it’s changing from day to day. In this webinar, we'll tackle tough questions, including: 

  • What do I do now?
  • What does the CARES Act mean to me and my business?
  • What, exactly, did I agree to when I signed the PPP loan application?
  • Will the loan be forgiven?

Webinar Details

Register: Federal Contracting for Small Businesses

Date: June 18, 2020

Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT

Want to watch the other two webinars in our five-part series? You can view them here:

Part 1: Federal Contracting: Federal Procurement Overview 

Part 2: Federal Contracting: Teaming and Joint Venturing

Plus, don’t forget to mark your calendars for the next webinar in our series, coming in October: Construction Claims Involving the Federal Government.

You can view all recordings on our Federal Contracting Website.

The Federal Contracting Webinar series will resume in October with Part 4: Construction Claims Involving the Federal Government.