Webinar: How to write a “Government Friendly Capability Statement "

Webinar: How to write a “Government Friendly Capability Statement “

July 9, 2020 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

In this WBC/CTPTAC Contracting Series webinar, we will be presenting information on How to write a “Government Friendly” Capability Statement, to include covering key areas needed when soliciting your company capabilities to government agencies, prime contractors, and responding to Bid Opportunities.


Presenter: Valerie Marchand, CT PTAC Procurement Specialist

Registration Here: https://bit.ly/3exB9P0


Meet Presenter:

Valerie Marchand is a government Procurement Counselor with the Connecticut Procurement Technical Assistance Center (CTPTAC).  Valerie brings 23 years’ experience in government contracting from the Aerospace and Defense Industry. She has experience in exporting (exporting compliance coordinator), importing, logistics, operations management, program management, small business liaison, and supply chain management. She earned her Program Management Certification from UC Irvine, Master’s degree in Business Administration, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Green Mountain College. She has experience working for major government contractors doing business in the defense industry. Namely, Allied Signal, L3 Technologies Inc., and Northrop Grumman.


ABOUT University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business Center

logo-about-staff.jpgThe University of Hartford’s Entrepreneurial Center & Women’s Business Center, founded in 1985, provides personalized business advising, educational programs, technical assistance, and networking events to new and expanding small businesses in Connecticut. The Center focuses on serving women, minority-owned businesses, and other underserved constituents, specializing in turning ideas into viable businesses and break-even companies into sustainable, profitable, and scalable enterprises.

The Women’s Business Center (WBC) is the largest initiative of the Center. The WBC specializes in serving women in business; training and advising are focused on the learning styles, qualities, and particular needs that women bring to business. Part of the University of Hartford’s Barney School of Business, the Center works with the University’s academic and professional community to bring more opportunities to both university students and local small business owners.

Services are offered to women and men. All services are free or low-cost; tuition assistance is available to those who qualify. Meet the team.

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