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Please join us for The Coalition’s 5th Annual Joseph P. Caggiano Memorial Golf Tournament! This charity tournament is to honor our good friend and colleague, Joe Caggiano, who was not only a 23-year veteran of the federal contracting marketplace but a naval veteran as well. This will be an especially important tournament for everyone as it will not only mark five years since Joe’s passing, but the Coalition also hopes to fulfill our fundraising goal for our veteran scholarship with your help!
As you may recall from previous years, the tournament proceeds will support the Coalition’s endowment for a qualified veteran concentrating their studies in the field of US Government procurement and pursuing the JD/LLM degree or the interdisciplinary Masters degree at The George Washington University. Joe would be so proud of this endowment as we encourage the next generation of skilled professionals to lead this critically important sector of the US economy.Find out more »
In this class, project and program managers discover how to grow their contracts and win more revenue by learning how to support business development (BD) and proposal efforts. Even if BD and proposals aren’t in your job description, winning contracts is essential to the growth of the company and everyone should be prepared to support that mission. In this course, you’ll learn what the business acquisition lifecycle is and how you can contribute to expanding current contracts and winning new work.Find out more »
The market for multiple award contracts (MACs) is rapidly changing with contract consolidation and category management. Learn how to target and win the best government-wide acquisition contract (GWAC) and indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract (IDIQ) vehicles and avoid empty vehicles with effective task order (TO) bids. In this class, students will learn about the different types of MACs and how to perform targeted capture and proposal activities to win MACs and TOs that are the best fit for your company.Find out more »