GOVT. CONTRACTS IN NORTH COUNTRY

by Christian Mower on November 18, 2013

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SAYS GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE IN NORTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND TWO UPCOMING WORKSHOPS WILL INTRODUCE LOCAL BUSINESSES TO THE GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT PROCESS.

DAVID PEASE – PROGRAM MANAGER FOR THE NEW HAMPSHIRE PROCUREMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – SAYS FROM FIREWOOD FOR NATIONAL FOREST CAMPGROUNDS TO FOOD PRODUCTS FOR THE NEW FEDERAL PRISON IN BERLIN, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RELIES ON LOCAL SUPPLIERS. BUT HE ALSO SAYS THE GOVERNMENT HAS ITS OWN SET OF GOALS AND STATUTES THAT NEED TO BE FOLLOWED.

AARON POSTHUMUS – THE SUPERVISORY CONTRACT SPECIALIST FOR THE FEDERAL PRISON IN BERLIN – WILL TALK ABOUT THE NEEDS OF THE PRISON AND THE PROCUREMENT PROCESS AT THE TWO WORKSHOPS AT WHITE MOUNTAINS COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN BERLIN.

THE FIRST ONE – CALLED FEDERAL WEBSITE NAVIGATION I – WILL BE PRESENTED THURSDAY NOV. 21, 2013 AT 9 A.M. THE SECOND – CALLED FEDERAL WEBSITE NAVIGATION II, WILL BE PRESENTED AT 9 A.M. DEC. 12, 2013.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL PEASE AT (603) 271-7581 OR SEE THE WEBSITE AT www.nheconomy.com.