Join SMPS Tampa Bay for a local hosting of the national webinar, "Top Federal Opportunities for Architecture, Engineering and Construction Services in 2013" and earn 1.5 CEUs! Members pay only $25 and nonmembers pay only $40 (save up to 80% on the national registration fee of $179 members/$239 non-members!)
After defense spending, A/E/C services are the second largest investment category for the U.S. Federal Government. Deltek has conducted extensive research into where, when, and what the federal government will spend over the next five years. During this webinar, Jennifer Sakole, principal analyst of Federal Information Services for Deltek, will share that roadmap, providing professional services marketers and their firms with deep insight into the expected spending, the types of projects being funded, and the selection criteria federal agencies are employing.
As A/E/C firms continue navigating one of the worst economies to impact the industry in the last 30 years, capturing more repeat business and entering new markets are at the top of their list of strategic initiatives. At the conclusion of this program, attendees will understand how federal work should (or should not) factor into their firms' growth strategies, as well as how to best position themselves to win federal projects.
During this Webinar, you will:
- Learn about upcoming areas of opportunity and growth in the federal market, representing more than $15 billion in upcoming programs
- Analyze the more impactful programs among top federal project opportunities, including multiple-award, task order-based contracting vehicles
About the Speaker: Jennifer Sakole, Principal Analyst, Federal Information Services, Deltek
Jennifer Sakole is a principal analyst with the Federal Information Services team, specializing in federal regional and past performance analysis. Throughout the course of her career, Sakole has developed expertise in public-sector business development, market research and analysis, and training.
*SMPS Tampa Bay may cancel this event if less than 5 people have registered by 12:00 p.m. the Friday before the webinar. If the event is canceled, all registrants will be notified via email and refunded the amount for registration.