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Stephanie Campbell is the published author of The Willow Does Not Weep, Racing Death, Case Closed, Mirror of Darkness, Hot Wheels, Dragon Night, Poachers, Dragon Night, Tasting Silver, Late but not Never, Specimen X, Tales of Draga, E is for Eternity, and P.S. I Killed My Mother. I have a bestselling pen name. I have toured schools and have spoken at book days and in conferences. I have been on two award winning radio shows.
Helen Callier is the Chair of the Government Procurement Connection, which will host the 20th annual conference on March 27 and 28 at the George R. Brown. A Brief History of GPC When the Economic Development and Monitoring Section of the Affirmative Action and Contract Compliance office was established, one of the first items on the agenda was to survey MWBE owners to determine their most critical areas of need. The top responses were access to contracting opportunity information, networking and contacts. What better way to meet these two objectives than to provide a forum where MWBEs can interface with contracting and procurement representatives from each City department in order to learn about their respective contracting opportunities? Thus, City Connections was born. The first event, held May 1996, was on a small scale, in the center ballroom of the George R. Brown Convention Center. At the following year’s event, state agencies, banks and resource agencies, free workshops and seminars, and the Awards Luncheon were added.
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