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Compusearch had the honor of sponsoring the Government Contract Management Symposium (GCMS) for another year. The two-day symposium consisted of keynote addresses and breakout sessions to provide training to both government and industry contract professionals. GCMS was presented by the National Contract Management Association (NCMA), the largest professional resource for contract management, which helps bring together over 1,000 attendees every year at the conference.
December is a time for celebration world-wide. During the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully towards family and friends. We would like to wish you and your family our sincerest well wishes this December. May the season be filled with joy and happiness for all.
FedBid had the pleasure of exhibiting again for the APTAC 2018 Fall Conference. As a long partner of the Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (APTAC), FedBid has attended since 2012 and continues to support PTACs around the country. With over 300 local offices, APTAC is a dedicated network of procurement professionals who help bring buyers and suppliers together in an effort to provide quality services to the government marketplace at low costs. The primary goal of this year’s event was to provide training to PTAC representatives across the country and connect them with industry partners that may have valuable tools (market intelligence, proposal assistance, bid platforms, etc.) to assist their clients with breaking into the federal contracting space.