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Webinar | Elevate Your Business with California Multiple Award Schedules [PTAC, Free]

Webinar | Elevate Your Business with California Multiple Award Schedules [PTAC, Free]

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 10:00am to 11:00am
Free

 

Learn more about CMAS agreements and how to utilize this system to easily do business with state and local government.

California Multiple Award Schedules (CMAS) are essentially the Amazon.com of California state contracting. CMAS agreements are awarded to two or more contractors for the same products and/or services at the same or similar prices. The CMAS agreement contains all the State of California contract terms and conditions, procurement codes, policies, and guidelines. Once an agreement is in place, California state agencies and some local governments can simply click to order supplies or services from the CMAS at the established rates and terms without going through a competitive bid process.

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • The basis for California Multiple Award Schedule Agreements
  • What Supplies & Services are offered on CMAS Agreements
  • How to identify a General Services Administration (GSA) schedule that matches your supplies or services
  • The CMAS application process
  • Marketing your CMAS Agreement

 


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Presented by Norcal PTAC

In collaboration with Northern CA SBDC

 

 

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