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SBA South Florida Upcoming Webinars Through April  7 Most webinars are scheduled for one hour. Participants can ask questions about the information. Log-in and connection information can be accessed by clicking on URL provided. Advanced registration is encouraged so instructors can provided last minute log-in instructions or other change information if needed.

Monday, March 30, 1:00 PM.  Capture Management This webinar is designed for 7j eligible firms.
This webinar will allow participants understand practical steps in the Capture Management process and use methodologies to identify business opportunities for small business register in advance:

Tuesday, March 31, 1:00 PM.  Developing the Technical & Past Performance Volumes .  This webinar is designed for 7j eligible firms. Learn the elements of the federal contracting process, how the proposal’s technical volume is organized in response to a solicitation, how the proposal’s past performance volume is organized in response to a solicitation and more.  register in advance

Wednesday, Apr. 1, 9:00 AM.  8a Federal Contracting Certification.  Learn how SBA's 8(a) Business Development Program helps small, disadvantaged businesses compete in the marketplace. This class focuses on the benefits of this program. It also covers the eligibility requirements necessary to participate. register in advance

Tuesday, Apr. 7, 2:00 PM.  Disaster Preparedness & Your Supply Chain.  Join SBA and Agility Recovery for a discussion on best practices for getting your company’s supply chain prepared for any kind of disaster, while also engaging partners and suppliers in the process.  Register in advance:



U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) 2014 Veterans Business Outreach Center of the Year

The mission of the Veterans' Business Outreach Center (VBOC) is to help create, develop, and retain veteran-owned small business enterprises.

Before the VBOC can provide assistance, the Small Business Administration requires all clients to complete the Electronic Request For Counseling (ERFC) form.
This ERFC form can be opened by clicking on the green map.  It will act as our Confidentiality and Code of Conduct Agreements. All client information is held in strict confidence. After submitting the ERFC successfully, a Certified Business Analyst from our office will contact you as soon as we are able to conduct an initial assessment and get you started in the process.

If you reside in North Carolina or South Carolina, you may also work with the VBOC at Fayetteville State University

VBOC Region IV serves: Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina. Click the map