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Classes Focus on Doing Business With the Federal Government

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 28, 2014

Contact:         
Dan Boss, Program Publicity Specialist
(231) 929-5047  |  danboss@nwm.cog.mi.us

 

Classes Focus on Doing Business with the Federal Government

 

CADILLAC, MI — A series of classes focused on doing business with the federal government is being offered in Cadillac. The next class, Market Research: Finding Federal Opportunities, will be held September 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Room 314 at Baker College of Cadillac, 9600 East 13th Street. The class is being offered by the Northwest Michigan Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) in partnership with Baker College of Cadillac, and supported by the Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce.

There is no charge to attend the class, but seating is limited and pre-registration is required at: nwm.org/ptactraining. For more information about the class, contact Deb Donovan at: ddonovan@nwm.cog.mi.us or 231-929-5076.

Additional classes on responding to federal government solicitations and understanding the federal acquisition regulations will be offered in Cadillac November 6, and in the spring of 2015. The PTAC is also offering classes in Petoskey, Kincheloe, and Sault Ste. Marie. A schedule and more information about the classes are available at: nwm.org/ptactraining.

The Northwest Michigan PTAC is a non-profit organization that provides assistance (normally at no cost) to companies in northwest Lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula interested in doing business with state and federal government agencies. For more information about services provided by the PTAC go to: nwm.org/ptac. The Northwest Michigan PTAC is a program of the Northwest Michigan Council of Governments.

 

 

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