How to Fast-Track Access to Economic Stimulus Contracts

North Columbia, MD (PressExposure) April 01, 2009 -- The Government Contracting Institute Offers Workshop to Win Federal Contracts

The Center for Business and Technology Development and TargetGov announce an addition to the Government Contracting Institute, a comprehensive series of in-person classes for the business person who wants to become a successful government contractor. The “How to Fast-Track Access to Economic Stimulus Contracts Workshop” will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2009 from 8:30 am – 11:30 am at The Center for Business and Technology Development, 9250 Bendix Road, North, Columbia, MD 21045.

Due to a recent $787 billion dollar increase of government spending for contracts throughout the U.S., opportunities are emerging throughout the country and in all sectors of the economy. Construction, management, information technology, communications, staffing, accounting, services, and all trades and products are just a few of the industries in which unprecedented opportunity awaits.

This workshop is open to business owners interested in learning how to identify, pursue, and potentially win economic stimulus contracts as either the prime contractor or subcontractor. Space is limited to ensure an optimal learning environment. For further information and to register, please contact The Center for Business and Technology Development at 410-313-6550 or visit [http://www.hceda.org/cbtd/busEvents.aspx].

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About The Center for Business and Technology Development: Founded in May 2000, The Center is dedicated to the discovery, stimulation, nurturing, growth, and success of entrepreneurship in Howard County. It has gained a national reputation for creating innovative programs to foster entrepreneurship in the greater Washington/Baltimore region. Among its many service offerings, the Center provides assistance to over 1,000 entrepreneurs annually through its Business Resource Center and facilities for NeoTech Incubator companies. A “one stop shop” for entrepreneurial services, the Center is one of the few facilities in the nation that combines a business incubator and business resource center under one roof. With the addition of the Howard Technology Council to encourage business growth and develop educational programs for the technology community, it makes The Center even more the place for small businesses to be in Howard County. For more information about The Center for Business and Technology Development, please visit http://www.thecenter.biz.


About the Government Contracting Institute: The Government Contracting Institute (GCI) offers businesses the opportunity to receive instruction from leaders in the government contracting market on topics such as getting registered as a contractor, certifications, business development, market research, proposal writing, oral presentations, accounting and legal issues, project and contract management and security clearances. For more information about The Government Contracting Institute, please visit [http://www.hceda.org/CBTD/programs.aspx].


About TargetGov: Is a woman-owned business offering national business development and consulting services for companies that want to enter and become successful in the federal government contracting market. TargetGov offered the first national teleconference series highlighting government contracting processes and its president, Gloria Berthold Larkin teaches and speaks nationally about this unique market. She is author of “The Veterans Business Guide: How to Build a Successful Government Contracting Business” (book) and of many articles that have been published nationally and internationally. She has been interviewed on television and radio shows and has been quoted in national publications such as USA Today, Government Executive and Entrepreneur magazine. Visit: http://www.targetgov.com for more information.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 30, 2009 at 3:41 pm
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