Are you interested in government contracting? Want to learn what it takes to become a government contractor? During this session with Aleks Bogunovic, we’ll go through the whole process from finding the work to establishing the contract, and all the steps in between.
- Does the government buy your product or service, and how to find out?
- Registering as a government contractor.
- Certifications and clearances.
- Contracts negotiations and IP.
- Designations and set-asides (WOSB, SB, HUBZone, 8a, VOSB, SDVOSB)
-- Are you a candidate?
-- How to apply
-- Why apply?
Light fare and drinks will be provided.
6:30-7:00 PM.: Meet and Greet
7:00-8:00 PM: Presentation
8:00-8:30 PM: Q&A
1615 L Street NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036
How to Register
This is a small event and will fill up quickly, so make sure to register in advance! Space is limited to 30 participants. If you register but can’t attend, please let us know in advance.
About Aleksandra Bogunovic
Aleksandra (Aleks) Bogunovic is a double MICA Alum, 12’ Fibers and 13’ MPS BAD. She has been working as a government contractor for over 10 years, and in the past 4 she has been operating her WOSB and HUBZone small business, Aerothreads. Aerothreads provides Multi-Layer Insulation (MLI) blanket products and services to customers in the Aerospace industry. In the past four years Aleks has grown her company from one to nine employees, and works heavily in the government contracting sector.
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