How to become a Women-Owned Certified firm and What are the benefits?
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About the Event
Join us as a Representative at the SBA's General Contracting Office of Contract Assistance presents an overview of the program and benefits of the certification.
Find out if this certification will benefit your business industry.
Additionally, if you are currently in the process of getting certified and need assistance, we can help you work through the process.
Listed below are some of the topics to be covered as well as frequently asked questions:
- Is there a checklist firms should follow to avoid missing documents on their application?
- The SBA maintains a list of those eligible industries and their NAICS codes.
- Since the new changes went into effect for the WOSB Federal Contracting Program in 2020, how do I apply to become SBA-certified as a WOSB or EDWOSB?
- Why did the certification process for WOSBs and EDWOSBs change?
- Where can I find resources to help me prepare to do business with the federal government?
- Is self-certification still an option?
- I am a self-certified WOSB or EDWOSB with no active contracts. Do I need to recertify?
- After a firm has submitted an application in beta.certify.sba.gov, what is the next step?
- How do firms create an account and claim their business in beta.certify.sba.gov
- I am a TPC-certified WOSB or EDWOSB. Do I need to submit an application on beta.certify.sba.gov
- I am a self-certified WOSB or EDWOSB with active WOSB or EDWOSB set-aside contracts. Do I need to recertify?
- Once a firm is certified in beta.certify.sba.gov, what do they have to do to maintain their certification