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Doing Business with the US Department of the Interior & What You Need to Know about Government Contracting
The US Department of the Interior (DOI) manages America's vast natural and cultural resources and relies on the help of America’s businesses to maintain roads, bridges, schools, office buildings, irrigation systems and reservoirs.
Each of the DOI bureaus and other major organizations within DOI has its own procurement office. The DOI procurement organizations contract with the private sector for a variety of supplies, equipment and services.
DOI’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization is committed to providing a full and open competitive environment for procurement opportunities. If you are seeking a contracting opportunity with DOI and want to learn more about the roles small businesses play at the Interior, this is the workshop for you.
Also, join in the interactive session on What you Need to Know about Government Contracting and come away better prepared!
Learn from the experts:
Mark Oliver, Director of the Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization, DOI
Maryann Williams, Director of PTAC, UCEDC
FOR MORE INFORMATION & REGISTRATION: Visit the UCEDC website at www.ucedc.com or contact Dana Veerasammy at 908-527-1166 or email@example.com. All are welcome.