FedCon Optimization Program Q&A

This session provides you the forum to ask questions on the FedCon Optimization Program  and address any clarification on items from the FedCon Optimize checklist.

NOTE: This session is most beneficial for Supplier Members who have participated in FedCon Optimization Overview and FedCon Checklist sessions.

Whether you are new to federal contracting or a seasoned expert, FedCon Optimization will position your firm in the federal marketplace. By fine tuning your messaging and ensuring your marketing process is efficient, you will heighten your access to contracts.

  • Do you need help navigating the federal procurement process?
  • Are you interested in increasing your position in the federal marketplace with contracts and purchase orders?
  • Are you looking to secure your business foundation to equip you in marketing to the federal government?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, than you are ready to Optimize to Secure Federal Contracts.

Remember, with positioning and preparation, your firm will be ready with the capacity to take action when opportunity knocks.

Date and Time

Tuesday, July 11, 2017. 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Eastern Standard Time

Registration and Fees

 Click Here to Register 

This complimentary meeting is only open to Supplier Members.

If you are not currently a Supplier member and would like to become one, please register here.

If you are currently a Business member and would like to upgrade to the Supplier membership, please contact one of our team members in our Online Engagement System for assistance.


Vikki Hawthorne – National Director | Supplier Council

Hawthorne is the National Director – Supplier Development for the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce and the American Small Business Chamber of Commerce.  Widely regarded as a passionate small business resource partner who thoroughly understands the many challenges of small business ownership, Ms. Hawthorne has extensive ‘insider’ experience in federal government contracting and training.  Ms. Hawthorne retired with 30 years of federal government service with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).