Doing Business with FEMA – Emergency & Disaster Recovery

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Doing Business with FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
BuildExpo Los Angeles

Due to natural disasters, over $80 billion has been added to the fiscal year 2018 and 2019 federal budget. Registering and marketing to FEMA is essential to establishing your company as a FEMA resource. Dave Lowe, CEO of isiFederal, provided three presentations for the build expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center March 14 – 15 2018.

Wednesday 9AM – Doing Business With FEMA

BuildExpo – Doing Business with FEMA – Presentation
BuildExpo – Doing Business with FEMA – Worksheet
isiFederal Capabilities 2018

Reference Docs

INDUSTRY LIASION PROGRAM VENDOR PROFILE – vendor_profile_form_
DoingBusinessAfterDisaster
FY2017 Budget Brief
March2018DisasterReliefFundReport
GSA eLibrary Schedule Summary

FEMA Recovery Services

March2018DisasterReliefFundReport
RSF_NaturalandCultural_0623_508
RSF_Infrastructure_Systems_0623_508
RSF_Housing_0623_508
RSF_HealthandSocialServices_0623_508
RSF_CPCB_41416

Other Build Expo Presentations

Wednesday 11AM – Marketing that Wins Federal Contracts
Thursday 9AM – Winning Federal Contracts

Other isiFederal Presentations

https://www.youtube.com/user/isiFederal

For additional information please contact Dave Lowe at 888-943-8474.

in Agency Focus, Business, Business Development, Federal Contracting, Managing Your Proposal, Reaching Your Buyers by David Lowe
About the author: David Lowe

Dave works with companies by incorporating best-in-class business practices like targeting your best customer (customer segmentation intelligence), “Top-Down” sales training and sales management. He builds his practice on the principle of doing the right thing for others--all the time. Personal “bests” include booking $11.8 Million in new private and government business in 18 months (from cold calls) and managing sales representatives to close ratios of 85% (in cell phone sales).

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