Iowa Business Training, Events, and Workshops

 

December 2019


Blended PCQI Human Food Part 2: Instructor Led

12/2/2019, Ames, IA

Address: EDIR, 1805 Collaboration Place

Details: This is a Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) class put on by ISU/CIRAS/ANR. It is the second part that is required after the first part online is completed in order to receive your certificate as a Preventive Controls Qualitifed Individual (PCQI). The FSPCA PCQI class is the only PCQI class recognized by the FDA. Regulations require that companies have a PCQI as set forth by the FDA. For questions, please contact Kimberly Anderson at kanderson@iastate.edu.

 

Meet the Buyers

12/3/2019, Johnston, IA

Address: Goodwill of Central Iowa, 5355 Northwest 86th Street, Community Room, Johnston, IA 50131

Details: Business is about relationships. Selling your product or service depends on someone wanting to buy it – someone who trusts that you're dependable and able to deliver on your promises. This two-hour event is an opportunity for Iowa companies to meet face-to-face with procurement staff from various government agencies. You'll learn about who they are, what they buy, and what purchasing methods they prefer to use. For questions, please contact Justin Niceswagner at jnice@iastate.edu.

 

Introduction to Data Analytics for Manufacturers

12/4/2019, Ames, IA

Address: 1805 Collaboration Place

Details: The rise of connected manufacturing equipment and Industry 4.0 has created huge opportunities for manufacturers. These opportunities come with the complexities of massive amounts of data and new tools to analyze and visualize information. This training is intended to provide manufacturing leaders with the understanding to make decisions in identifying data analytics opportunities, investing in talent and technology, and implementing solutions that will make an impact in their business.

 

Data Analytics in Manufacturing: Tools and Techniques

12/5/2019, Ames, IA

Address: 1805 Collaboration Place

Details: The rise of connected manufacturing equipment and Industry 4.0 has created huge opportunities for manufacturers. These opportunities come with complexities of massive amounts of data and new tools to analyze and visualize information. This training is intended to provide engineers, quality experts, business analysts and others that use data on a regular basis with the next level of awareness to better manage, analyze and visualize data.

 

Webinar - 2019 Federal Contracting Year End Review

12/5/2019, Webinar,

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Details: For federal contractors, 2019 has been a year of major changes, and 2020 promises many more to come. This presentation,covers some of the most important legal developments of 2019, including: Overhaul of the SBA small business size standards under the Small Business Runway Extension Act, and further inflationary size standard adjustments SBA's proposal of a long-awaited formal woman-owned small business certification requirement Proposed changes to the 8(a) Program's eligibility criteria, which would make more companies eligible for this powerful certification SBA decisions providing important compliance guidance for SDVOSBs and VOSBs The blue-ribbon Section 809 Panel's recommendation to eliminate DoD small business set-asides And much more The presentation ends with a look into the crystal ball at changes on the horizon next year – starting with the long-awaited FAR update on the limitations on subcontracting and the elimination of WOSB self-certification.? Contact your CIRAS Government Contracting Specialist to attend this webinar at NO COST!

 

Des Moines Lean Coffee

12/5/2019, Des Moines, IA

Address: TBD: Check Registration Link For Details

Details: Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive. Learn more about Lean Coffee HERE. Lean Coffee is open to members and non-members of the Iowa Lean Consortium (ILC) and there is no fee to attend. Learn more about joining the ILC here: http://www.iowalean.org/join-us.

 

Cybersecurity - Challanges of today and the future- Workshop

12/11/2019, Ames, IA

Address: EDIR, 1805 Collaboration Pl, Ames, IA 50010

Details: Technology is changing faster than it ever has, and that’s creating serious new risk for Iowa manufacturers. A rapidly advancing wave of industrial progress – faster computers, better automation, plentiful sensors, and sophisticated data analysis – promises to make your company more productive than it’s ever been. But it also is making you more vulnerable than ever before. Join CIRAS and three Iowa cybersecurity firms for a wide-ranging discussion of the benefits and problems associated with business in the information age.

 

Webinar - Marketing to the US Army Corps of Engineers 101: The “real deal” for contractors

12/12/2019, Webinar,

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Details: This webinar, hosted by the Deputy, Small Business Programs for the USACE Rock Island District, will provide attendees with the "need to know" information to effectively market the District. The webinar will provide companies with tips to best maximize their marketing time with the District, and position themselves as a known contractor for the District's market research, planning and sourcing objectives.

 

Iowa City Lean Coffee

12/13/2019, Coralville, IA

Address: University of Iowa: BioVentures Center, 2500 Crosspark Rd., Rm: W119, Coralville, IA 52241

Details: Join us for the Iowa City Area Lean Coffee! Register here for multiple dates. You will receive an email reminder of your registration 48 hours before the event. **Please note we have moved our meeting day to Fridays for 2019** Lean Coffee is an informal, monthly gathering to get to know fellow continuous improvement professionals in the Iowa City area and learn from each other by talking about a topic of mutual interest. Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive. Lean Coffee is open to members and non-members of the Iowa Lean Consortium. Learn more about joining the ILC here: http://www.iowalean.org/join-us. Learn more about Lean Coffee here http://leancoffee.org/

 

Cedar Valley Lean Coffee

12/18/2019, Waterloo, IA

Address: Check Registration Link For Location

Details: Join us for our Cedar Valley area Lean Coffee! This informal, periodic gathering is an opportunity to get know fellow Lean practitioners in the Cedar Valley area and learn from each other by talking about a topic of mutual interest related to continuous improvement. Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive. Learn more about Lean Coffee www.leancoffee.org

 

Pella Area Lean Coffee

12/18/2019, Pella, IA

Address: Check Registration Link For Location

Details: Join us for Pella area Lean Coffee! This informal, periodic gathering is an opportunity to get know fellow Lean practitioners in the Pella area and learn from each other by talking about a topic of mutual interest related to continuous improvement. Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive. Learn more about Lean Coffee www.leancoffee.org

 

Key Considerations and Clauses in Federal Construction Contracts

12/18/2019, Webinar,

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Details: Government contracting is a unique industry, with unique challenges. Federal construction contracting is even more specialized! Succeeding on Federal government construction contracts requires a thorough understanding of the most important construction-related FAR clauses, as well as the obligations these clauses impose on contractors. You also have to understand how to avoid performance pitfalls, preserve claim rights, and circumvent conflict. In this webinar, experienced government contracting attorney Maria Panichelli will walk you through these topics, giving you the tools you need to succeed in federal construction! For questions please contact Melissa Burant at mmburant@iastate.edu.

 

ILC Personal Effectiveness Workshop

12/18/2019, Clive, IA

Address: Tero, 1840 NW 118th St

Details: Are you working against the clock instead of with it? With tools taught in personal effectiveness, you can regain control of your personal workspace, prioritize, execute and analyze personal tasks more efficiently in order to gain back time. Many know of the tools and their benefits at the larger program and process level but this module will focus on bringing them down to find efficiencies in the personal work/tasks that we do daily. There will be hands-on activities during the course that will require participants to bring items with them.

 

Ames Lean Coffee

12/19/2019, Ames, IA

Address: Landus Cooperative, 2321 North Loop Drive Suite 220, Ames, IA 50010

Details: Join us for the Ames Lean Coffee! Register here for multiple dates. You will receive an email reminder of your registration 48 hours before the event. Lean Coffee is an informal, monthly gathering to get to know fellow continuous improvement professionals in the Ames area and learn from each other by talking about a topic of mutual interest. Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive.

 

Quad Cities Lean Coffee

12/19/2019, Davenport, IA

Details: Join us for Quad Cities Lean Coffee! This informal, periodic gathering is an opportunity to get know fellow Lean practitioners in the Quad Cities area and learn from each other by talking about a topic of mutual interest related to continuous improvement. Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive. Learn more about Lean Coffee www.leancoffee.org Lean Coffee is open to members and non-members of the Iowa Lean Consortium. Learn more about joining the ILC here: http://www.iowalean.org/join-us.

 

Omaha Lean Coffee

12/20/2019, Omaha, IA

Details: Are you a Lean professional in the Omaha area? Join us for Omaha Lean Coffee! Get to know fellow Lean practitioners in the Omaha area and learn from each other by discussing a topic of mutual interest.About Lean Coffee: Lean Coffee is a structured, but agenda-less meeting. Participants gather, build an agenda, and begin talking. Conversations are directed and productive. Learn more about Lean Coffee HERE.Lean Coffee is open to members and non-members of the Iowa Lean Consortium (ILC) and is free to attend. Learn more about joining the ILC here: http://www.iowalean.org/join-us.

 

 

January 2020


Inventory Management 101 at CRDC

1/8/2020, Clinton, IA

Address: Clinton Chamber of Commerce, 721 S 2nd St.

Details: Inventory is a key asset of every manufacturing and distribution company, but it is often overlooked or poorly managed. This one-day class is designed to give you a basic understanding of how to measure and control your inventory – and thereby improve your service levels and your bottom line. Contact Marc Schneider for more information at maschn@iastate.edu

 

Understanding the Army Corps of Engineers- Rock Island District- Projects, Procurements and Processes

1/9/2020, Webinar

Details: This webinar will be offered on multiple dates and provides registered participants with basic information on the District's overall mission and historical contracted requirements. Participants will take away information on how to best do business with the District as either a prime contractor or a subcontractor, as well as recommendations and tools for growing their Federal Government business with the Corps of Engineers, and specifically the Rock Island District. Registration: To register and receive log-in information please send an e-mail request to the Small Business Programs Office at CEMVR-SB-WEB@usace.army.mil. Please reference "Webinar RSVP" in the subject line.

 

Preventive Controls for Animal Food

1/13/2020 - 1/15/2020, Ames, IA

Address: Scheman Building, Room 004, 1805 Center Dr, Ames, IA 50011

Details: The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requires facilities processing any type of animal food (complete feed or ingredients) to comply with new current good manufacturing practices and to implement a written animal food safety plan developed and overseen by a "preventive controls qualified individual (PCQI)." This course is the standardized training developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance. It is accepted by Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as meeting the requirements of PCQI designation. The course content will provide knowledge of the FSMA animal preventive controls rule, and training for creation of an effective animal food safety plan.

 

Inventory Management 101 Workshop

1/14/2020, Sheldon, IA

Address: Northwest Iowa Community College, 603 West Park St

Details: Inventory is a key asset of every manufacturing and distribution company, but it is often overlooked or poorly managed. This one-day class is designed to give you a basic understanding of how to measure and control your inventory – and thereby improve your service levels and your bottom line.

 

Writing Federal Proposals

1/14/2020 - 1/15/2020, Davenport, IA

Address: Birchwood Fields Learning Center, 4620 East 53rd St, Room 111, Davenport, IA 52807

Details: Writing Federal Proposals teaches skills related to planning and writing sections in any portion of a proposal. Participants learn and practice a proven approach to writing compliant, responsive proposal sections for federal customers. Follow the process from kickoff meeting through revisions as your workshop team responds to an actual federal request for proposals.

 

DAS Vendor Orientation

1/15/2020, Des Moines, IA

Address: Hoover Building, Level A, Procurement Conference Room, 1305 E Walnut St, Des Moines, IA

Details: The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Central Procurement is now offering orientation for vendors interested in doing business with State of Iowa agencies. Contact your CIRAS Government Contracting Specialist to attend this orientation at NO COST!

 

Capture Planning: Proven Strategies to Increase RFP Win Rate

1/16/2020, Davenport, IA

Address: Birchwood Fields Learning Center, 4620 East 53rd St, Room 111, Davenport, IA 52807

Details: Capture Planning: Proven Strategies to Increase RFP Win rate provides an awareness of disciplines and frameworks that complement our other skills building workshops. When combined with our Writing Federal Proposals workshop, Capture Planning focuses on critical business development context, and activities that occur, before a request for proposals (RFP) is received. Major focus areas include how Federal budget and acquisition processes impact business development planning, the importance of opportunity capture, introduction to how to build a capture plan and selected capture best practices, and important principals and tools for building and managing a strategically-focused business opportunity pipeline.

 

Cured Meat Short Course

1/21/2020 - 1/23/2020, Ames, IA

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Details: With a focus on the technology of cured meat processing, short course topics range from lectures on basic meat science to demonstrations of processing techniques. Speakers, nationally and internationally recognized authorities in their fields, will provide information about the latest technology available. Since the enrollment in this short course is limited to 60, you will have ample opportunity to have your questions answered directly by the speakers and staff. Iowa State University's modern meat laboratory facilities allow you to observe demonstrations in a setting that provides access to the latest technology. For questions, contact Brenda Martin at bkmartin@iastate.edu

 

You are a Certified Targeted Small Business (TSB) - What's Next?

1/29/2020, Webinar

Details: This webinar series is provided in partnership with Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) and Targeted Small Business (TSB) program with the State of Iowa. This webinar is useful for companies that have recently received their TSB certification from the State of Iowa. The session will provide information on next steps and considerations to take advantage of the procurement opportunities for TSB's with the state of Iowa. We will explore the structure of the state and independent buying agencies and review the types of products and services they buy, discuss in greater detail the procurement benefits to the program, how to best do business with the state as a vendor and TSB, as well as marketing best practices. We will also discuss additional procurement and preference programs that you may be eligible for as a TSB. This session is also suitable for companies that are eligible for TSB certification but would like to review the procurement processes and opportunities prior to pursuing certification. For questions, please contact Melissa Burant at mmburant@iastate.edu.

 

 

February 2020


Subcontracting Webinar

2/3/2020, Webinar

Details: This online session will help attendees understand subcontracting opportunities and where these opportunities may be a better fit for some companies and industries, as well as a great initial way to build past performance. This session will also help companies understand subcontracting plans, will provide some tactical processes to identify subcontracting opportunities, and will provide an overview of how to effectively perform initial outreach for subcontracting marketing.

 

Preparing a Winning Proposal

2/5/2020, Clive, IA

Address: Tero International, 1840 NW 118th St

Details: Success in government contracting requires that you convince a government agency that you are the best choice to fill any particular need. Doing that requires knowing how the system works, who to deal with, what the rules are, and how to cast yourself in the best light. CIRAS can help you with that. In four different sessions scheduled for four different cities, you'll learn everything from how to read and answer an RFP to tips for organizing your proposal and getting questions answered. You'll also learn how to avoid some of the most common mistakes.

 

Creating Your Government Marketing Strategy

2/11/2020, Webinar

Details: This webinar will provide information on the overall value of initial and ongoing market research for companies pursuing Government sales. We'll discuss resources available for conducting market research, and will give companies a meaningful starting point for a one-on-one discussion with their counselor for specific market research assistance. This session will provide a framework for companies to locate and define their top targets and what they are buying, and also assist in their marketing and pursuit of government customers. Prerequisite: It is recommended that you participate in GovCon 101, or have had a one-on-one meeting with a CIRAS Government Contracting Specialist prior to attending this session. For questions, please contact Melissa Burant at mburant@iastate.edu.

 

GovCon 101

2/19/2020, Webinar,

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Details: This webinar will give you an introduction to local, state, and federal Government Contracting, and address the various factors you may want to consider before entering this market. We'll discuss how the Government market differs from the commercial market, the pros and cons of servicing this market, how the government buys, and all the various steps required in order to sell to the Government. For questions please contact Samantha Ferm at siferm@iastate.edu.

 

 

March 2020


DAS Vendor Orientation

3/4/2020, Des Moines, IA

Address: Hoover Building, Level A, Procurement Conference Room, 1305 E Walnut St, Des Moines, IA

Details: The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Central Procurement is now offering orientation for vendors interested in doing business with State of Iowa agencies. Contact your CIRAS Government Contracting Specialist to attend this orientation at NO COST!

 

CIRAS: 3D Printing and Polymer Lab Tour

3/5/2020, Ames, IA

Address: 1805 Collaboration Pl. Suite 2300, Ames, IA 50010

Details: This tour is structured around the topic of product design and development and verification. The two service areas being showcased can assist you in shortening your product development cycle with informed and data driven decisions. For questions, please reach out to Chris Hill at chhill@iastate.edu or Mark Williamson at mdwmson@iastate.edu.

 

Webinar - Participation and Small Business Subcontracting Plans: What’s the Difference?

3/12/2020, Webinar,

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Details: The goal of this webinar is to promote a better understanding of the differences between small business participation proposals and small business subcontracting plans. The session will focus on the distinction between the two, when they are required and what contractors need to know for proposals. This session will also briefly touch on the subcontracting requirements that small businesses are subject to.

 

Industrial Fermentation and Downstream Processing Workshop

3/18/2020 - 3/20/2020, Ames, IA

Address: Food Sciences Building, Iowa State University Campus

Details: The Industrial Fermentation and Downstream Processing Workshop will provide participants with real-world industrial fermentation experiences ranging from scale-up to downstream processing. Participants will take part in hands-on bench- and pilot-scale activities led by fermentation and downstream processing experts from Iowa State University. The workshop is open to anyone with a basic knowledge of small-scale fermentation but would like to learn more about fermentation scale-up.

 

Marketing to the Government

3/18/2020, Harlan, IA

Address: 906 6th Street, Harlan, IA 51537

Details: The first step toward winning government contracts is knowing what your government customers are looking for and where they're currently spending money. Focused, insightful marketing helps companies understand their competitors and creates new opportunities for firms to engage, network, and win government contracts. ISU Government Contracting Specialists with the CIRAS Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) have created this event to help Iowa businesses learn how to market to government agencies, thereby increasing their likelihood of winning government contracts. Participants in this event will discover how to: Identify potential markets and target customers using market research. Utilize agency procurement histories to determine who buys what your company sells and how much. Craft a quality capability statement Learn how to identify points of contact and establish agencies with government agencies. Develop a Government Marketing Plan. For questions, please contact Government Contracting Specialist Andy Alexander at andyalex@iastate.edu.

 

 

April 2020


Subcontracting Webinar

4/6/2020, Webinar,

Address: 

Details: This online session will help attendees understand subcontracting opportunities and where these opportunities may be a better fit for some companies and industries, as well as a great initial way to build past performance. This session will also help companies understand subcontracting plans, will provide some tactical processes to identify subcontracting opportunities, and will provide an overview of how to effectively perform initial outreach for subcontracting marketing.

 

Understanding the Army Corps of Engineers- Rock Island District- Projects, Procurements and Processes

4/9/2020, Webinar

Details: This webinar will be offered on multiple dates and provides registered participants with basic information on the District's overall mission and historical contracted requirements. Participants will take away information on how to best do business with the District as either a prime contractor or a subcontractor, as well as recommendations and tools for growing their Federal Government business with the Corps of Engineers, and specifically the Rock Island District. To register and receive log-in information please send an e-mail request to the Small Business Programs Office at CEMVR-SB-WEB@usace.army.mil. Please reference "Webinar RSVP" in the subject line.

 

Dry & Semi-Dry Sausage Short Course

4/14/2020 - 4/16/2020, Ames, IA

Details: With a focus on the technology of dry and semi-dry sausage processing, short course topics range from lectures on basic meat science to demonstrations of processing techniques. Speakers, nationally and internationally recognized authorities in their fields will provide information about the latest technology available. For questions, contact Brenda Martin at bkmartin@iastate.edu.

 

You are a Certified Targeted Small Business (TSB) - What's Next?

4/15/2020, Webinar,

Address: 

Details: This webinar series is provided in partnership with Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) and Targeted Small Business (TSB) program with the State of Iowa. This webinar is useful for companies that have recently received their TSB certification from the State of Iowa. The session will provide information on next steps and considerations to take advantage of the procurement opportunities for TSB's with the state of Iowa. We will explore the structure of the state and independent buying agencies and review the types of products and services they buy, discuss in greater detail the procurement benefits to the program, how to best do business with the state as a vendor and TSB, as well as marketing best practices. We will also discuss additional procurement and preference programs that you may be eligible for as a TSB. This session is also suitable for companies that are eligible for TSB certification but would like to review the procurement processes and opportunities prior to pursuing certification. For questions, please contact Melissa Burant at mmburant@iastate.edu.

 

 

May 2020


GovCon101

5/5/2020, Webinar

Details: This webinar will give you an introduction to local, state, and federal Government Contracting, and address the various factors you may want to consider before entering this market. We'll discuss how the Government market differs from the commercial market, the pros and cons of servicing this market, how the government buys, and all the various steps required in order to sell to the Government. For questions please contact Mary Zimmerman at maryz@iastate.edu.

 

Writing Federal Proposals

5/5/2020 - 5/6/2020, Clive, IA

Address: Tero International, 1840 NW 118th Street, Outclass Center, Clive, IA 50325

Details: Writing Federal Proposals teaches skills related to planning and writing sections in any portion of a proposal. Participants learn and practice a proven approach to writing compliant, responsive proposal sections for federal customers. Follow the process from kickoff meeting through revisions as your workshop team responds to an actual federal request for proposals.

 

DAS Vendor Orientation

5/6/2020, Des Moines, IA

Address: Hoover Building, Level A, Procurement Conference Room, 1305 E Walnut St, Des Moines, IA

Details: The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Central Procurement is now offering orientation for vendors interested in doing business with State of Iowa agencies. Contact your CIRAS Government Contracting Specialist to attend this orientation at NO COST!

 

Capture Planning: Proven Strategies to Increase RFP Win Rate

5/7/2020, Des Moines, IA

Address: Tero International, 1840 NW 118th Street, Outclass Center, Des Moines, IA 50325

Details: Capture Planning: Proven Strategies to Increase RFP Win rate provides an awareness of disciplines and frameworks that complement our other skills building workshops. When combined with our Writing Federal Proposals workshop, Capture Planning focuses on critical business development context, and activities that occur, before a request for proposals (RFP) is received. Major focus areas include how Federal budget and acquisition processes impact business development planning, the importance of opportunity capture, introduction to how to build a capture plan and selected capture best practices, and important principals and tools for building and managing a strategically-focused business opportunity pipeline.

 

Creating Your Government Marketing Strategy

5/12/2020, Webinar,

Address: 

Details: This webinar will provide information on the overall value of initial and ongoing market research for companies pursuing Government sales. We'll discuss resources available for conducting market research, and will give companies a meaningful starting point for a one-on-one discussion with their counselor for specific market research assistance. This session will provide a framework for companies to locate and define their top targets and what they are buying, and also assist in their marketing and pursuit of government customers. Prerequisite: It is recommended that you participate in GovCon 101, or have had a one-on-one meeting with a CIRAS Government Contracting Specialist prior to attending this session. For questions, please contact Melissa Burant at mburant@iastate.edu.

 

Finding Government Bidding Opportunities

5/19/2020, Council Bluffs, IA

Address: 149 West Broadway, Council Bluffs, IA 51503

Details: Finding and understanding government contracting opportunities can be confusing. Do you feel like you need a guide? ISU Government Contracting Specialists with the CIRAS Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) created this event to help Iowa companies find their way through the complicated world of government solicitation. Come to this event, and PTAC specialists will help your business:? Understand the difference between RFIs, RFQs, and RFPs. Identify internet-based and other electronic procurement opportunities that match your company's products and services. Help businesses understand subcontracting opportunities and where that might be a better fit. Learn how to use subcontracting to build your track record of "past performance." Obtain access to the Bidmatch database, a bid-matching service that examines federal, state, and local solicitations. This is a FREE event! For questions, contact Andy Alexander at andyalex@iastate.edu.

 

 

June 2020


Webinar - USACE Rock Island Proposal Tips/Best Practices from Contracting

6/11/2020, Webinar,

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Details: This webinar, hosted by the Small Business Programs Office and the Contracting Division, will provide contractors with general proposal tips and best practices/lessons learned to assist potential contractors. Attendees will receive first hand information from contract specialists and ideally have some takeaways to improve their submittals and better understand the needs of the contracting office overall.

 

 

August 2020


CIRAS: 3D Printing and Polymer Lab

8/13/2020, Ames, IA

Address: 1805 Collaboration Pl. Suite 2300, Ames, IA 50010

Details: This tour is structured around the topic of product design and development and verification. The two service areas being showcased can assist you in shortening your product development cycle with informed and data driven decisions. For questions, please reach out to Chris Hill at chhill@iastate.edu or Mark Williamson at mdwmson@iastate.edu.