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GSA Schedules Program - What You Need to Know
The purpose of the GSA Schedules Program - What You Need to Know webinar is to educate companies interested in becoming a GSA Schedules Contractor, provide an overview of GSA, the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU); discuss the importance of market research; outline the prerequisites and documents needed to become a GSA Schedules contractor.

Jul 15, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Frank Dixon
STATE DIRECTOR, APTAC REGION 1 – NEW ENGLAND DIRECTOR @CTPTAC
Frank leads the program efforts for over five (5) PTAC offices across the state of Connecticut. Frank works closely with PTAC staff, economic development entities and federal, state and local government agencies to assist small and medium-size businesses in their public contracting goals. Frank is a United States Army Veteran with 20 plus years of providing strategic leadership, operations management, domestic and international business development in multiple industries include automotive (Danaher), aerospace (Sikorsky Aircraft – United Technologies) non-profit and higher education where he assisted in the negotiations and success of several multi-million dollar DoD contract proposals. Frank attended Fayetteville State University and has a B.S. in Business Administration.
Jerry D. Smith Sr
New England (NE) Region Small Business Technical Advisor (SBTA) @Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU), General Services Administration (GSA)
Jerry D. Smith Sr. assumed the position of Director, GSA New England Region, Office of Small Business Utilization (OSBU), in December of 2007. As of Oct 2019 the Office was reorganized as the Regional Small Business Advocacy and Engagement Division, GSA New England Region, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU). In Oct 2020, Mr. Smith assumed the regional leadership role as the GSA New England Region’s Small Business Technical Advisor (SBTA) Mr. Smith joined the GSA team in May 2005, as an IT Project Manager. In Dec 2005 he was re-assigned as the Manager of GSA’s Regional Network Services Operations, Director, Boston Defense Metropolitan Area Telecommunications System (DMATS), and Regional Coordinator for Federal Emergency Communications, located at Hanscom AFB, MA. Mr. Smith’s military service includes 24 years of active duty as Air Force Tactical and Fixed Communications Systems Engineer & Manager; Combat Communications and IT Systems Installation Team Chief.