Doing Business with the Government of Canada
How to do Business with the Federal Government
Did you know: The Government of Canada spends up to $25 billion annually on goods, services, and construction. Many of these contracts are fulfilled by small businesses, meaning plenty of opportunities to engage with.
This seminar will guide you through the various aspects involved in doing business with the federal government as well as the recourse mechanisms and services available to suppliers in the event they encounter issues with a federal contract.
Presented By: Representatives from the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME), Public Services and Procurement Canada and Office of the Procurement Ombudsman.
What Will I Learn?
The fundamentals of registering to sell to the government
How to identify opportunities and market your goods and services
The basics of the Request for Proposal (RFP) process and how to submit a bid
The federal government contracting process
The Government Electronic Tendering Service (GETS)
How buyandsell.gc.ca works
Small Business BC is hosting Accessibility Month: It Matters, a month of free business education featuring ASL interpretation and closed captioning. Delivered in partnership with the BC Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, Accessibility Month covers a variety of popular business topics, from business planning to marketing and payroll.
This webinar will take place via Zoom. Instructions to join our Zoom meeting will be sent to you two hours in advance. All webinar participants will also receive access to a recording for seven days after the live session.