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WOSB Federal Contracting Program Assistance 

The Women-Owned Small Business Federal Contracting (WOSB) Program has multiple avenues to receive assistance. The SBA offers a variety of resource partners to assist small businesses, firms can also use the SBA Local Assistance tool to contact their local SBA regional and district office or Women’s Business Center

In addition, the beta.certify.sba.gov knowledge base is a valuable resource for firms to get started learning about this new platform with how-to videos, user guides, and more! 

Free Training Webinars 

The WOSB Program also offers webinars and townhalls that covers various topics related to WOSB and EDWOSB certification. Participation in webinars and town halls are completely voluntary. Once registered, participants will receive invitations and follow-up correspondence from WOSBTraining@sba.gov. Choose a topic to register for a session that best addresses your current or future status or need: 

WOSB Certification Eligibility and Application Process Webinar: This training is designed for firms that are new the WOSB Certification Program or that are pursuing their certification application on beta.certify.sba.gov for the first time.  

Continuing WOSB Program Eligibility: This training session is offered to firms that are nearing their annual attestation or program recertification in the next 30 to 120 days. 

WOSB Quarterly Process Session: This session is primarily contracting officers and SBA resource partners to better understand the processing of WOSB certifications and the overall application process. 

I’m WOSB Certified: What’s Next?: This session is primarily for firms that are already WOSB or EDWOSB certified and are curious as to what may be potential next steps for their firm.