June 2, 2011
Training Offered to Help Wisconsin Businesses with Government Contracting :: Download Flyer
Is your business aware of all the opportunities that Wisconsin government procurement has to offer?
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College is hosting a seminar to help area businesses learn how to compete effectively for contracts, and to sell their products/services to the State and federal governments, at a training seminar to be held on July 12th. The training session will be conducted by the Business Procurement Assistance Center (BPAC) of Madison College.
“Getting Started in Federal Contracting” will be held in the morning from 9:00-11:30 am on July 12th. This entry-level seminar provides a solid orientation to the federal contracting environment for those new to the market.
Attendees will learn how to register with the federal government, identify which agencies buy your products and/or services and how to locate agency websites for marketing opportunities.
“Selling to the State of Wisconsin” will be held in the afternoon from 1:00 – 3:30 pm on July 12th. This comprehensive seminar provides a foundation for contracting with the State of Wisconsin government. By attending this seminar you will learn how the State procures the products and services it needs, which agencies buy what items/services and will learn how to use VendorNet, the State of Wisconsin’s electronic purchasing information system.
The training session will be offered at the New Richmond Campus of Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, 1019 Knowles Avenue, New Richmond.
The fee for this seminar is $35.00 per person.
Registration is required.
Visit the web at madisoncollege.org/bpac-wi for online registration and additional information.
Interested parties may also contact the Business Procurement Assistance Center at (608) 243-4490 or by e-mail at
About the Business Procurement Assistance Center
BPAC, established by Madison Area Technical College in 1988, provides technical and marketing assistance to Wisconsin businesses. In fiscal year 2009/2010, BPAC assisted nearly 1,100 Wisconsin businesses win a total of $501 million in contract awards. For every $1 of the BPAC operating budget, $474 is returned to Wisconsin businesses through contract awards.