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Prince George’s County Disparity and Contract Opportunity Information Session

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Share your experiences doing business or attempting to do business with Prince George’s County, and find out how you can grow your business in the County!

MGT is conducting a disparity study to measure the success of the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and County Based Business (CBB) programs in Prince George’s County and the impact these programs may have on winning contracts. The ultimate goal is to provide fair opportunities for all firms interested in doing business with the County. More information is available at www.princegeorgescountydisparity.com. Regional business owners are invited to provide information about their experiences doing business or attempting to do business with Prince George’s County at the upcoming public hearing.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

1801 McCormick Drive, Suite 140

Largo, MD 20774
Immediately following the public hearing, Prince George’s County will host an information session about upcoming contract opportunities within the County. Business owners will have an opportunity to speak with the County procurement team and hear directly from agency leadership about growth within the County.

Your participation is critical and will be highly beneficial, as input from businesses may be used to shape and improve programs for certified MBE’s/CBBE programs.

Register now. For more information on the disparity study’s objectives and tasks, visit www.princegeorgescountydisparity.com.

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