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Om Getting Work with the Federal Government
The Government of Canada, which spends about $20 billion yearly on goods and services, wants to do more business these days with small and medium-sized Canadian firms. Can even independent professionals get in on this lucrative market? Absolutely! Find out where to look for federal government contracts through the MERX online tendering system, materiel managers, staff with Public Works and Government Services Canada as well as regional federal economic development agencies, subcontracting opportunities, temp agencies and other sources. Discover how the new Office of Small and Medium Enterprises can help you do business with the feds. Learn how to get on departmental source lists, register with government-wide supplier databases such as Professional Services Online and SELECT, avail of free government seminars, prepare winning proposals, market yourself before and after being awarded standing offers, obtain government security clearance, do business with other governments in Canada and beyond, and more. Getting Work with the Federal Government also includes contact information for the 125 standing offer / supply arrangement holders under the much-utilized new Temporary Help Services On-Line System that fulfils many federal contract demands in the National Capital Region.