- August 27, 2021
- Posted by: Charmagne Manning
Building a Successful Capabilities Statement 9-23-21Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM- Eastern Standard Time [Web Conference]
Do you have a great capabilities statement? Do you even know that you need one?
A capabilities statement is a 1-pager company resume/marketing collateral commonly used in government contracting. It’s expected that companies will have them on hand during networking, matchmaking, and throughout the business development process. As such, the capabilities statement is a reflection of your company, your services, and your customer knowledge….. and boy have we seen some awful ones.
During this webinar, we’ll talk about best practices, what your capabilities statement SHOULD include, as well as some of the most common eye-roll and groan inducing mistakes that make your customers doubt your competence.
|Date & Time:||Thursday, September 23, 2021, at 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM- Eastern Standard Time|
|Location:||Web Conference (register to secure log-in/dial-in details)|
General Registration & Fees
Registration fees are based on membership level. Members and non-members are welcome.
Fees for this meeting are as follows:
- Complimentary: NASBC Supplier Members
- $15: Business Members
- $35: Individual and Non-Members
Upon completion of your registration, you will be provided with the meeting dial-in and log-in information.
Senior Procurement Analyst
U.S. Department of State OSDBU
Anna has successfully managed and contributed to custom research efforts for Fortune 50 Corporations, small businesses, and federal agencies. The insight gained through Anna’s research enabled her clients to anticipate and stay abreast of regulatory and legislative changes that would affect the government contractor community.
Anna has extensive primary research experience in both qualitative – subject matter expert interviews, as well as quantitative surveys, statistical analysis.
Anna is the former Director of the Virginia Procurement Technical Assistance Center (Virginia PTAC), and the South Fairfax Small Business Development Center – both federal grant-sponsored programs of George Mason University.