(Part of the CFG's 'Business of Freelancing' Series)
The Government of Canada spends about $20 billion yearly on goods and services. Even sole proprietors can sell directly to the feds—no matter where they are in Canada or whether or not they offer bilingual services. This webinar guides you through the basics, like making sure your firm is registered on the mandatory ProServices buying tool, getting security clearance and more. You’ll also learn about CanadaBuys, a new site that will eventually allow all levels of government in Canada to buy from federal lists of suppliers. *This webinar will be recorded and available on our Video On Demand site. Register and you will get automatic notification when it is posted.*
Marion Soublière of M.E.S. Editing and Writing Services in Ottawa has been winning Government of Canada contracts since 2008. In 2010, she published the book Getting Work with the Federal Government: A Guide to Figuring Out the Procurement Puzzle. More recently she has blogged about procurement developments at The Editors’ Weekly.
Online: Thursday, May 19th
7pm-8pm Eastern Time
$15 for non-members
(CMG Freelance and SATW-Canada members should contact their organizations to get a promo code for free admission)
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