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Doing Business with the State of NJ, the IRS and ASDO

When

Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Where

Liberty Hall Corporate Center 1085 Morris Ave Union, NJ 07083 Directions

Description

Doing Business with the State of New Jersey

The Division of Purchase and Property within the New Jersey State Department of Treasury purchases a wide variety of products and services, and is committed to increasing prime contract awards and subcontract awards to the small business community. Learn how to market your business capabilities to the State of New Jersey in this free briefing.

Selling to the IRS

Also, learn about federal opportunities with the IRS and how its Small Business Program Office offers a comprehensive outreach program to assist small businesses in identifying and bidding on appropriate contracts. Don't miss this opportunity to expand and grow your revenues.

Selling to the Airports

Newark Liberty International and Teterboro Airports buy millions of dollars of goods and services from local small businesses. Learn how to make the right connections at the right time to join the ranks of successful vendors.
Also, join in the interactive session on What you Need to Know about Government Contracting and come away better prepared!

Learn from the experts:
Nina Moseley, Senior Director of the Division of Minority and Women Business Development in the New Jersey Department of Treasury
Ira Moseley, Contract Specialist, Internal Revenue Service
Helene Gibbs, Program Manager, New Jersey Air Services Development Office (NJASDO)
Maryann Williams, Director of PTAC, UCEDC

Price

This event is free to attend.

Website

Event Website: http://www.ucedc.com Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Small Business

Event Type

Seminar

Contact Information

Dana dveerasammy@ucedc.com Phone: (908) 527-1166

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