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UH Bauer Procurement Technical Assistance Center

Govology: Your Company’s Capability Statement – Be Ready to Shine!

Aug
17
2021
Tue 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Topic: Government Contracting

READ BEFORE REGISTRATION

This workshop requires you first to register with the UH PTAC by selecting the "Register Online" link below. After you have completed the UH PTAC registration, YOU MUST select the "Continue" link and you will be taken to the Govology website. On the Govology website select the "Buy now" link to complete the registration process. If you are an existing UH PTAC client, enter your coupon code during the Govology registration and the training is free for you to attend.

YOUR REGISTRATION TO ATTEND THE WEBINAR IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL BOTH THE UH PTAC AND GOVOLOGY REGISTRATIONS ARE COMPLETED.

If you are a current client of the UH PTAC, when you register for the webinar please use the email address we currently have on file. If you do not know the email you have on file with us, please email uhptac@uh.edu and we will confirm your email address.

If you have a new email address, please let us know and we will update your record with us.

Please do not register for the webinar using your new email address until you have informed us of the new email address and we have updated your record.

Thank you!

A Capability Statement is one of the most robust and easily editable tools you own in your company’s portfolio. A well-developed Capability Statement will open doors, while a poorly done Capability Statement will slam them shut. Communicating with government buyers is an art and takes a little forethought.

In this webinar, Lani MacRae from the U.S. Department of Energy will address the following questions:

  • What do Contract Officers need to know right away?
  • How can you maximize your message without writing a term paper?
  • What is your lasting impression – or did you make one at all?

Target Audience: companies pursuing federal contracting opportunities

Speaker(s): Lani MacRae, U.S. Department of Energy


Fee: No Cost