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Troy University to Offer Seminar for Small Businesses Seeking Work With Federal Government

The Small Business Development Center at Troy University and the Alabama Procurement Technical Assistance Center will offer a free seminar to small businesses interested in doing business with the federal government on June 4.

“Working with a Small Business Specialist” will be from 9 to 11 a.m. June 4 at the Soldier Service Center, Room 282, Building 5700 on Novosel Street at Fort Rucker, according to a release from the university. The seminar will be presented by Fort Rucker’s small business specialist Michael Faire.

“Selling to the federal government can be a complicated and frustrating process, but working with a specialist can help simplify it. This program is designed to help area small businesses learn to navigate that system,” said Judy Callin, a senior consultant with the Small Business Development Center, in a statement released by the university.

Callin said federal agencies have small business programs and many have a specialist who acts as a liaison between the agency and the small businesses that want to sell to them.

Registration information is available online or by contacting Callin at 334-674-2425. 

 


Ed Enoch | eenoch@al.com  By Ed Enoch | eenoch@al.com  on May 23, 2013 at 4:06 PM, updated May 23, 2013 at 4:14 PM

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