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SBA offers help in getting federal contracts
by Rebecca Tonn
Published: September 1, 2009
Time posted: 11:13 am

The Small Business Administration has launched an online training course, “Recovery Act Opportunities: How to Win Federal Contracts,” to teach small businesses how to compete for federal contracts.

As part of the federal initiative announced last month, the SBA and Department of Commerce are offering the course for small business owners.
The course will help business owners learn how to “access the federal purchasing system and position themselves to compete for the commercial opportunities offered by government contracting,” said SBA administrator Karen G. Mills.

The training portal is free, self-paced and available 24/7 on the
SBA’s Web site.


American Management Association. The American Management Association (AMA) is dedicated to building the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that will help business professionals and their organizations grow & prosper.

Colorado Business Registration. This site allows you to register your business, be assigned an Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax employer account number, and receive an initial tax rate assignment.

Connecting Colorado. Employers can post job listings in the state database of over 100,000 job seekers and search resumes au
tomatically to find the right people fast.

Colorado Springs Technology Incubator. CSTI will strengthen the
Colorado Springs economy by reducing dependence on branch plants through creation of a major center for technology start-up activity.

Fair Labor Standards Act. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) was passed by the United States Congress in 1938 to establish a minimum wage, overtime compensation standards, record keeping requirements, child labor provisions and other regulations that effect employers and labor.
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