NASA training program

Small, disadvantaged businesses learn how to vie for contracts

To get the inside scoop on securing lucrative NASA contracts, consider registering for its Training and Development for Small Businesses in Advanced Technologies (TADSBAT) program.

In its sixth year, TADSBAT offers free, three-day sessions to teach small, disadvantaged businesses how to successfully compete for NASA contracts and position themselves for subcontract opportunities.

The course (TADSBAT II), focuses on advanced marketing techniques, financial management and proposal writing. It’s available to senior-level company officials from small businesses who have more than five years of experience (or who have successfully completed the TADSBAT basic course).

The course is offered at two locations: Ames Research Center, San Jose, California, June 13 to 15, and at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, August 29 to 31. The course is free; lunch and snacks can be included for $50 per each three-day session.

For additional information contact: Management Technology Associates Inc., 800-933-8483; e-mail: tadsbat@mta.inc.com; or go to www.mta-inc.com.

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