Do you want to become a GovTribe pro? In addition to our comprehensive Help content, we hold live webinars for our users just about every week. Register for any of the topics that interest you using the RSVP links below.
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A GovTribe Overview
We provide a comprehensive tour of the GovTribe platform. Topics will include site navigation, our data sources, and how to use all of the major features to engage the federal contracting market. This will be a presentation similar to our July 19 webinar recording. By attending live you can ask your own questions.
A GovTribe Overview
30 minute overview + 15 minutes of questions
Watch this comprehensive tour of the GovTribe platform. We covered site navigation, our data sources, and how to use all of the major features. We also answered some insightful user questions.
All About Alerts
30 minutes + 10 minutes of questions
Everything you want to know about Alerts and Notifications. Types of Alerts, notification frequency, how to create/modify/delete, how to understand your notification emails.
Building a Pipeline
25 minutes + 5 minutes of questions
How to set up and use Pipelines. Learn about various potential processes for bid opportunity review and proposal development.
Collaboration Through GovTribe
How to take advantage of the team-based and collaborative features of GovTribe.
Competitive Analysis, Partner Research, Pursuits and Insights
How to use historical and active contract information to determine p-win, estimate contract value, and make your bid/no-bid decisions. Learn how to research incumbent contracts and contractors. Use contract information to understand the competitive landscape, determine the best way to enter a market segment, and identify teaming partners.
Understanding Multi-Award Vehicles
The federal government increasingly relies on multi-award vehicles to procure contract goods and services. Federal Supply Schedules, GWACs, IDIQs, BPAs. We cover what these vehicles are, how they are used, and what they mean to both legacy contractors and new market entrants.