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How to Start A Trucking Business - Saturday, 11/16, 9 am - 1 pm - Arlington, TX
Dallas/Fort Worth District Office - November 2019How to Start a Trucking Business and Grow It to SuccessSaturday, November 16, 9:00 am - 1:00 pmPinnStation201 E. Abram Street, Arlington, TX 76010

Small Business Training Coming Up
Seattle District Office - Nov. 11, 2019Preferred Worker Program Live Webinar | 1 - 2 p.m. Marketing 101 - (class 1 of 2) Spokane | 1 - 3 p.m.

Hiring and Managing Employees; Free Webinar - November13, 2:30 pm
Dallas/Fort Worth District Office - November 2019Hiring and Managing EmployeesWednesday, November 13, 2:30 PMFree Webinar Wednesday Event for Entrepreneurs and Those Contemplating Business Ownership

Orange County/Inland Empire District Office
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Federal Market Acceleration Program (FEDMAP)
Dallas/Fort Worth District Office - November 2019Coley FedMAP™ Federal Market Acceleration ProgramFedMAP™ uses a hands-on approach guided by an experienced Capture Coach that takes participants through the entire process of developing and implementing a Capture Strategy Plan using a real-life contract opportunity that's specific to each participating company with the goal of helping you win the contract.

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What is the Small Business Administration (SBA)?

The SBA is a government agency that specializes in providing assistance to small businesses. SBA can help alleviate the stress of starting a small business. Their primary goal is to help you in your quest of building a successful business.

What Should You Know About SBA?

The SBA provides small businesses with subcontracting procurement opportunities, outreach programs, and training.

The Federal government has specified annual prime contracting goals for designated small businesses. The current, government-wide procurement goal stipulates that at least 23 percent of all federal government contracting dollars should be awarded to small businesses.In addition, targeted sub-goals are established for the following small business categories:

  • Women Owned Small Business – 5%
  • Small Disadvantaged Business – 5%
  • Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business – 3%
  • HUBZone – 3%

For these government contracts you don’t have to worry about competing with large corporations like Microsoft or IBM. In addition, the remaining 50% of contracts are not exclusive to any size company. These contracts are up for grabs to just about everyone.

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How can MySetAside help small businesses?

Instead of going through the strenuous process of finding and applying for government contracts on your own, MySetAside facilitates your search by giving you up front information about many of the government contracts available to small businesses related to your NAICS code.

MySetAside makes finding government contracts easy.







Register your business details and your business type to access Federal and State databases that list available contracts that will fit your business.

MySetAside will provide leads to bid opportunities from federal, state and local governments that are specifically geared towards Small, Minority, Women-owned, HUBZone-certified, 8(a), Veteran-owned and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that may help them apply for and win contracts.

These opportunities may include:

  • Federal
  • Small Business and State Small Business Administrations
  • County & Local Small Business initiatives
  • Large commercial set aside and teaming opportunities
  • Consulting Services

Search Federal Government Contracts

MySetAside’s large index of information helps you match and compare contracting opportunities with your business’ classification(s) in specific NAICS industries. And you never know, MySetAside may provide you an opportunity that your company leaders did not know existed!