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Today's special guest is Rick Slifer via phone Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area business. We will be talking to Leaders & CEOs who have made a difference and can make a difference in the future.
Rick is President at Rick Slifer & Associates, based in Annapolis, MD. His consulting company is designed to help clients that want to sell to the government. He has been selling to the federal government for over 30 years. He is a specialist in telecommunication services and cloud computing.
Rick's perspectives on current HOT federal business topics are enlightening. He is often quoted by print media as an expert in the field.
The show will streamed live on Thursday August 2nd at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/3563845
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What jobs should be done by feds? The Obama administration this week issued it’s long awaited final guidance: Performance of Inherently Governmental and Critical Functions. We’ll assess that issue -- and what it means for feds and government contractors.
istory of the Women's Federal Procurement Program
Fighting for Fair Access to Federal Contracts for Women-Owned Small Businesses
Margot DorfmanAfter observing the failure of the federal government to provide women-owned businesses with fair access to federal contracts, Congress acted in 2000 to establish the Women's Federal Procurement Program. President Clinton signed this bi-partisan legislation into law in December 2000.
During the entire eight years of the Bush Administration, the Small Business Administration failed to implement this important program -- as women business owners lost billions and billions of dollars every year.
The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce filed and won a claim against the Bush Administration for failure to implement the laws of the United States. At the end of the Bush Administration, the SBA attempted a "poison pill" - attempting make final horribly flawed regulations to implement the program. Congress acted to stop this action by removing access to funds.
Now, after a year in office, the Obama Administration has still not implemented the Women's Procurement Program. During this time of economic challenge and talk of small business job creation, it is time for the SBA and the Obama Administration to act.
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