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Businesses interested in selling products or services to the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) can learn how at a free online seminar about the federal contracting process on May 10.

A wide range of products and services are needed in disaster situations – infant and toddler products, medical equipment, plastic sheeting, blankets, water, meals, cargo vans, cots, hygiene kits, security guard services, leased generators and copiers, portable toilets, janitorial supplies and more.

Whenever feasible, FEMA seeks to contract with local businesses on its Disaster Response Registry who have previously indicated they are willing to provide needed products or services, including debris removal, distribution of supplies, reconstruction, or other disaster or emergency relief activities.

The “How to Do Business with FEMA” online seminar will take place on the Zoom video conferencing platform 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 10. Topics covered include FEMA’s Small Business Program, Category Management, FEMA Contracting, FEMA Private Sector Liaisons, Small Business Administration (SBA) Programs, and Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) programs.

To register, go here.