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"The Building Industry's Guide to Working with the US Government"

"The Building Industry's Guide to Working with the US Government"

"The Building Industry's Guide to Working with the US Government"

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"The Building Industry's Guide to Working with the US Government • 2008 • Small Business Edition"


ISBN • 978-1-4357-1292-8
Price: $39.95 (689 Pages)

PathFinder Publications
10945 State Bridge Rd., Suite 401-190
Alpharetta, GA 30022
www.path-finder.com has released the first ever Guide to working with the US Government specifically designed for the Building/Construction Industries.
This Step by Step Resource guides the user through every step necessary to work & market to the following Agencies:
•         Department of Agriculture (USDA)
•         Department of Defense (DoD)
•         Department of Energy (DoE)
•         Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
•         Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD)
•         Department of the Interior (DoI)
•         Department of Justice (DoJ)
•         Department of State (DoS)
•         Department of Transportation (DoT)
•         Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
•         Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
•         Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
•         General Services Administration (GSA)
•         National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA)
•         Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
•         Small Business Administration (SBA)
•         US Agency for International Development (USAID)
•         US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE)
Specifically, the Guide contains the following:
•         How to Register & Qualify for Building Opportunities
•         Overview—Rules & Regulations (FARs & DFARS)
•         Marketing to the USGOV & Other Prime Contractors
•         Agency Overviews
•         Where & How to Locate Current and Upcoming Building Opportunities
•         1500+ Building/Small Business Agency Contacts
•         2000+ Large Prime Contractors Looking to Work with your Company
•         Industry Associations
•         Conferences & Other Industry Tradeshows
•         Free Training Opportunities
•         Grants & Other Small Business Financing Opportunities
•         Free Small Business Assistance
•         And Much, Much More...
Industries Included:
•         Architectural & Engineering Services
•         Construction Companies (Commercial, Residential, Industrial & Institutional
•         Oil & Gas
•         Energy
•         Water/Wastewater
•         Heavy & Civil Engineering & Construction
•         Mining
•         Utility
•         Highway, Street & Bridge Construction
•         Facilities Maintenance & Engineering
•         Safety Engineering
•         Building Inspection Services
•         Interior Designers
•         Drafters
•         Real Estate
•         Land Developers
•         Land Surveying & Mapping (GIS)
•         Building Material Suppliers
•         Construction Equipment Suppliers
•         Waste Management
•         Janitorial
•         Security


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