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AUGUST 9-11, 2010 | LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

GSA Opening Doors 2010 is the business-to-government event of the year.

Our sixth annual conference will connect small businesses in all categories with multiple agencies at all levels of government for big opportunities in a recovering economy.

It's time to connect!

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION EXTENDED!
Online conference registration has been extended until 5 p.m. PT on Friday, August 6! The daily luncheon program is sold out, but late registrants will have access to all conference functions except the daily luncheon program.

THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION. Substitutions for registered attendees will be accepted on-site.


 

palm treeSpecial Session and Speakers

Monday, August 9

Welcome Reception
John Boyan, Regional Commissioner, Federal Acquisition Service Pacific Rim Region,
U.S. General Services Administration

Tuesday, August 10

General Session
The Honorable Brad Sherman, House of Representatives, 27th Congressional District of California

Hector Elizalde, Veteran Liaison / Field Representative, Office of The Honorable Grace F. Napolitano, House of Representatives, 38th Congressional District of California

Scott Denniston, Director of Programs, National Veteran-Owned Business Association

Keynote Luncheon
Joel Ayala, Director, Governor's Office of Economic Development, State of California

George Northcroft, Regional Administrator, Northwest / Arctic Region, U.S. General Services Adminstration

Networking Reception
Jiyoung Park, Associate Administrator, Office of Small Business Utilization, U.S. General Services Administration

Wednesday, August 11

Keynote Luncheon
Jiyoung Park, Associate Administrator, Office of Small Business Utilization, U.S. General Services Administration

 

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Contacts & Resources

CONTACTS

Questions about the conference?
213.894.3210
r9sbconference@gsa.gov

REFERENCES

Getting on Schedule
Tools for GSA Contractors
How to Sell to the Government
Opportunities for Small Businesses

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PARTNERING AGENCIES

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Los Angeles World Airports
U.S. Small Business Administration
Los Angeles County
NASA

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