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Port of Seattle Gen Goods and Services Small Business Workshop, March 8, 2017, 9:00am to 12:00pm- Port of Seattle, P69

Business Owners,

  You’re invited to the next monthly Port of Seattle Gen Workshop, March 8, 2017, 9:00am to 12:00pm.  This unique program will focus on Goods and Service Business Opportunities with the Port of Seattle.

Meet and network with staff members of the Port of Seattle Maintenance, Central Procurement and Small Business Team for an informational session on how to do business with the Port of Seattle as it relates to “Goods and Services”. Small business attendees will gain an understanding of upcoming solicitations, procurement opportunities.

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I look forward to seeing you.


 Tina Boyd

Port of Seattle, Small Business Program


Preparing for Alliance 2.0: Business Intelligence & Marketing Recorded Webinar

Preparing for Alliance 2.0: Business Intelligence & Marketing Recorded Webinar:

Market research, marketing, and relationship building are critical to your success as a federal contractor! Geared towards attendees of the upcoming Alliance NW, this is also a great webinar to help you brush up on your federal market research skills. Topics will include tools and strategies to:
– Identify target agencies and primes to make the most of your time
– Do your homework before you meet with (and impress!) your potential customers
– Develop marketing tools that speak your federal customer’s language
– Follow-up after the event

Click the link to watch the recorded webinar:

Small / Disadvantaged Business Outreach Event

Small & Disadvantaged Business Subcontractors/Suppliers
Wednesday December 9, 2015

In order to meet Small Business owners and to find out more about your firm, learn what Work Scopes you excel at; and to provide information on potential Sound Transit subcontracting opportunities – KIEWIT-HOFFMAN invites all Small and Disadvantaged Business representative to learn about their pursuits in response to SOUND TRANSIT’s RFP’s for the: East Link Contracts E 360 & E 130 and the Lynnwood Link Light Rail Proposal Requests

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Quick Pay for Defense Contractors a Thing of the Past?

Since 2012, Defense contractors have been experiencing faster payments through an initiative called Quick Pay.  In an effort to ease Defense Contractor cash flow challenges, the government paid approved invoices as soon as the bill was verified rather than holding on to the payment for 30 days.

According to a recent article published by Federal Times, Pentagon officials are now more worried about their own cash flow.   The looming sequestration and current continuing resolution have created a situation where DoD only has 2-4 days of cash available rather than the typical 7 days.  Defense contractors impacted by the new payment policy will be contacted as soon as this week.

Read more stories about the impacts of sequestration and Defense budgets at