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Jul 29

Washington, DC

Cannon House Office Building, Room 121.

The Smart Contracting Caucus, a bipartisan congressional organization dedicated to educating Members of Congress and staff about government contracting and facilitating a dialogue with the contracting community, will host a panel discussion on Wednesday, July 29 at 3 p.m. in the Cannon House Office Building, Room 121. The event is open to the media and the public. The panel discussion will focus on ensuring that small businesses have the tools and resources they need to fairly and effectively compete for federal contracts and grants. Issues to be discussed include size standards, federal set-aside policy, and the relationship between prime and subcontractors. The panel will be moderated by Nick Wakeman, editor of Washington Technology.WHO: Smart Contracting Caucus members Reps. Chris Carney (D-PA), Joe Courtney (D-CT), Darrell Issa (R-CA), Gerry Connolly (D-VA) and other Members of Congress Moderator Nick Wakeman Washington Technology Panelists Congressman Glen Nye (D-VA) Joseph G. Jordan Associate Administrator, Government Contracting and Business Development Small Business Administration Alan Chvotkin Executive Vice President and Counsel Professional Services Council Larry Besterman President TWD & Associates Kevin Boshears Director, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Department of Homeland Security WHAT: Smart Contracting Caucus Panel Discussion on Small Business Issues

Registration Opens: 07/24/2009 Cost: free

Contact Name: Vincent Rongione

ph: 202-225-3731 email: [email protected]

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