Introduction to BidMatch (Web-Cast) – 8/9/2017


Introduction to BidMatch (Web-Cast) – 8/9/2017Date: Wednesday, August 9, 2017 from 11 am - 12 pm EST [Web-Cast]

The ASBCC Bid Match system monitors a wide range of federal, state, local and international government bid opportunities – providing relevant, detailed information on bids matching your company’s offerings at your personal Bid Match web portal, or via email directly to your inbox.

The Bid Match service is an essential tool for any company seeking government contracts.

Join Vikki Hawthorne, ASBCC National Director | Supplier Council for an overview of the ASBCC Bid Match system. Learn how to leverage Vikki’s expertise to prepare a targeted BidMatch filter to access the contracts that are a match for your firm.

* The BidMatch system is provided as a complimentary service for ASBCC Supplier Members. We charge a one-time $110 set-up fee.

Meeting Details

Date & Time: Wednesday, August 9, 2017. 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EST
Location: Web Conference (register to secure log-in/dial-in details)

General Registration & Fees

Note: Registration fees for this Web Conference Meeting are based on membership level. Members and non-members are welcome to register for this meeting.

Fees for the meeting are as follows:

Upon completion of your registration, you will be provided with the meeting dial-in and log-in information.

Join today and save on this and future meetings: If you are not currently a Supplier or Business Member, consider joining here and then returning to this page to purchase your discounted registration.

Vikki Hawthorne, National Director | Supplier Development - The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce
Vikki Hawthorne, National Director | Supplier Development – The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce

Vikki Hawthorne is the National Director – Supplier Development for The American Small Business Chamber of Commerce / NASBC – National Association of Small Business Contractors. 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.  In 2014,  Ms. Hawthorne retired with 30 years of federal government service with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).

Ms. Hawthorne spent over 15 years as the Supplier Outreach Program Manager in the DLA Land and Maritime Small Business Programs Office before her promotion to the senior leadership position of Associate Director.  In that role, Ms. Hawthorne collaborated with small business advocate organizations and prime contractors to promote small business participation in federal prime and subcontracting procurement opportunities.  Ms. Hawthorne further expanded and facilitated supplier education with Training, Knowledge, Opportunities Seminars hosted by DLA Land and Maritime. In addition, Ms. Hawthorne coordinated with acquisition personnel to identify small and socioeconomically designated businesses as potential sources of supply. Ms. Hawthorne frequently regarded as subject matter expert for supplier and acquisition personnel training development was known nationally as an enthusiastic and thoughtful speaker, facilitator and trainer.