Frederick, Maryland (PressExposure) August 04, 2011 -- The Fort Detrick Business Development Office (FDBDO) offers a series of free webinars geared to educate novice and experienced contractors on various federal contracting issues such as marketing, capture management, insurance requirements, and proposal writing. The next webinar is the second segment of a two-part series "Capture Management" scheduled for August 25, 2011 from 12:30pm- 1:30pm eastern time.
Topics to be covered include: Key contracting compliance rules and processes necessary to be eligible for awards, set-asides and overall contract administration and compliance including submitting compliant proposals, certifications and representations and on-going contract administration requirements. Knowing the essentials of contracting compliance works hand-in-hand with effective capture management practices as the planning, process, and execution work that is needed to win a contract covers both the business development and contracts administration processes.
For more information on this or other webinars or to register for the free webinar visit: http://fdbdo.cal.basecampbusiness.com/node/24080 or contact the FDBDO at 301-620-7071 for more information about building business with Fort Detrick.
Instructors for this webinar are Jay Heroux, Director of Strategy and Client Development and Joel Judy, Commercial Contracts Manager. Both subject matter experts are from Client Solution Architects.
Moderating the webinar is Gloria Larkin, president of TargetGov, a company that focuses on government procurement and related business development and marketing services including certification services, contract development, business development, proposal development and management, contract administration and expert federal contracting services.
The webinars are being organized and coordinated by Christine Demas, Director of the Fort Detrick Business Development Office (FDBDO) which was established in 2005 through a government contract awarded by the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command's U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity to support Fort Detrick. Since its inception the FDBDO has assisted over 2500 companies better understand and participate in the business opportunities at Fort Detrick and navigate through the complex government procurement process.