Government Contracts Coding

Learn to read and master NAIC and SIC Coding so your business can receive lucrative government contracts.
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  • Lectures 13
  • Length 2 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 11/2014 English

Course Description

The Federal government sets aside multi-million dollar procurement opportunities for small businesses just like yours. To qualify for a “small business set-aside” you must first be a for-profit business and meet the small business size standard for the NAICS (North American Industrial Classification System) code that government contracting officers assign to the procurement.

Before you do business with the government, you'll need to know these codes – in particular, NAICS and SIC. They're essential for your company to have in place before it pursues and wins government contract work.

In this course, we teach you how to:

1. How to locate federal, state and local government contracting opportunities by NAIC codes

2. Explain sub-contracting and why it is critical for building business profits

3. Why whether you have one employee or more, big government contractors are REQUIRED to do business with your company

4. How to easily locate NAIC and SIC Codes to help your company stand out from competitors

5. How to read and understand sub-contracting 'solicitations'

Receiving lucrative government contracts is the difference between a successful business and one that fails. It all begins with mastering 'coding' so join us today!

What are the requirements?

  • Whether Their Business is Appropriate for Government Contracts
  • Basic Knowledge of Contracts

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Recognize NAIC Coding for Government Contracts
  • Recognize SIC Coding for Government Contracts
  • Apply for Sub-Contracting Opportunities with Prime Vendors
  • Properly Classify Their Business
  • Maximize NAIC and SIC Coding Definitions
  • Review Government Contracting Solicitations

Who is the target audience?

  • Entrepreneurs Interested in Receiving Government Contracts
  • Small Businesses Interested in Receiving Government Contracts
  • Beginners to Government Contracting
  • Entrepreneurs Interested in Government Solicitation Opportunities

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Section 1: Opening Lecture
In this opening lecture, we give a brief overview of NAIC and SIC Coding to receive government contracts.
Section 2: NAIC and SIC Code Basics
In this video tutorial lecture, we introduce students to NAIC Codes for government contracting opportunities.
In this video tutorial lecture, we teach students the basics of recognizing sub-contracting opportunities.
In this video tutorial lecture, we teach students the basics of employee standards as it affects coding to receive government business.
In this video tutorial lecture, we teach students how desire launching a non-profit, the basics of 501(c)3 coding to receive government grants.
We review footnotes in this video tutorial lecture.
In this video tutorial lecture, we move away from NAIC Codes and give the basics of SIC coding.
In this video tutorial lecture, we review government business partnership solicitations.
In this video tutorial lecture, we review government business partnership solicitations.
Section 3: Closing Lecture
In this closing lecture, we give students some final thoughts on NAIC and SIC coding.
Section 4: Course Extras
Learn simple tips for receiving government grants in this video!
46 pages
Please download this FREE NAIC Code Guide!
13 pages
Please download this FREE SIC Code Guide!

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