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Bidding on Opportunities with the Government of Canada

Understand the Bid and Procurement Process with the Federal Government

Course Description

Did you know – The Government of Canada purchases between $20-$25 billion of goods, services, and construction each year. Many of the suppliers of these goods are small businesses. Finding and Bidding on Opportunities with the Federal Government can provide a fantastic way to grow your revenue.

Get an overview of buyandsell.gc.ca, which offers access to all the Government of Canada’s tenders and other related procurement information. You’ll receive guidance on the Request for Proposal (RFP) process and general information on the government bidding and evaluation process.

What Will I Learn?

  • Guidance on the Request for Proposal (RFP) process

  • Understanding the different types of competitive procurement

  • The bid evaluation and submission process

Accessibility Month @ Small Business BC

This seminar/webinar is part of Accessibility Month at Small Business BC, during January 2020, featuring over 20 seminars, all with in-person ASL interpretation. All seminars are available at Small Business BC in Vancouver, or by webinar province-wide, in partnership with the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises.

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Great presentation. The presenter responded to questions very well and the materials were presented clearly. Education Attendee
I learned a lot from the seminar. Rodnie presented so much great information that would have taken me months to figure out on my own, if at all for some of it. Education Attendee
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Session Date & Time
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 1:00pm to 2:30pm
  • Length: 1.5 Hours
  • Language: English; ASL signing is available for the January session only
  • Subject: Industry Regulations

No other upcoming sessions are available. Please contact us if you are interested in other dates.

  • Price: Free
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