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How to Write an Effective Capability Statement

Thu 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

A good capability statement can open doors for your business. But a bad one can just as easily close them. The rule is, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”

Have you ever asked yourself...

  • What is a capability statement, and why do you need one?
  • What is a capability statement supposed to accomplish?
  • What information should it convey?
  • What does a capability statement look like?
  • Are there any mistakes to avoid?

If you’ve wondered about any of these questions, we recommend you join this workshop and get them answered!

This series is brought to you in partnership with the the Virginia PTAC. Virginia PTAC’s mission is to help businesses with federal, state, and local government contracting. Their services cover the full range of information, from the very basics for newcomers (FAR, SAM, DSBS, and more) to WOSB, SDVOSB, GSA schedules application, 8(a) certification, and more.

The Virginia PTAC is administered by George Mason University, our regional sponsor, and covers a significant portion of the state ranging from Northern Virginia down through Fredericksburg, Williamsburg into the Hampton Roads area, Chesapeake, Central Virginia into Richmond past Charlottesville and as far west as Roanoke

Fee: No Cost

Phone: (804) 525-9499


Women's Business Center of Richmond
@ Virginia Union University
1500 N. Lombardy Street Pickford Hall, Suite 312 Richmond, VA 23220 Hours of Operation: 9:00AM - 6:00PM Mon-Wed, Fri 9:00AM - 7:00PM Thursday *Other times available by appt

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