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Doing business with the U.S. Federal Government

Learn how to Register, Identify & Pursue U.S. Federal Government Contracts

About This Course

If you are a non U.S. Entity wishing to sell your products or services to the U.S. Federal Government this couse is for you. Your instructor specializes in government contrating consultation and has worked with over 400 companies in the last 5 years with 30 plus years in Supply Chain Management.

We will walk you through every step needed to begin responding to U.S. Federal Solicitations and how to Proactively Market your products and services directly to Federal Agencies and Prime Contrators.

This Course is open to Business Owners, their Representaives, Independent Brokers and Consultants.

In addition our network is able to support any U.S. based activity you may have.


Course is only offered in English at this time.

Course Instructor

Luis G. Batista is an SBDC (Small Business Development Center, an SBA (Small Business Administration) Resource Partner at FIU (Florida International University) specializing in Government Contracting with more than 25 years Supply Chain Management (SCM) experience in both the Private and Public sectors. Mr. Batista is also a member of PTAC (Purchasing Technical Assistance Center), funded in part by the DoD’s Defense Logistic Agency and participates in several speaking engagements for various organizations. He assists SME's interested in pursuing federal, state and local-government contracting and subcontracting opportunities. Founder of Datum Radix LLC, an International Technology Trading Company & Red Hat Technology Partner specializing in the areas of; Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML). He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from American InterContinental University, holds a lifetime Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.) certification and is a Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) from the Institute of Supply Management (ISM).

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