Women Lose More Ground in U.S. Small Business Contracts Race
Bloomberg - U.S. government contracts to women-owned small businesses dropped for the second consecutive year, declining at a faster rate than awards to their male counterparts.
The women’s contracts slid 5.5 percent to about $16.4 billion in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30 from $17.3 billion in fiscal 2011, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Awards to small firms owned by ...
USWCC Agency/Prime Liaisons Needed
Fiscal Cliff got you down? Looking for new ways to gain visibility in the Federal Arena? Look no further!
Reality is that the Federal Government will continue as a leading purchaser. So now is the time to think strategically about your company’s future. The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce has always placed the importance on positioning women as leaders within their mark...
USWCC Response to Department of Labor
I wanted to share the letter I sent to the Department of Labor in response to their outreach for the Family Medical Leave Act.
Karen - I wanted to point out that Women Business owners are not receiving fair pay either... Over the last 15 years, women-owned firms have lost over $90 Billion in lost opportunity. We have launched the Breakthrough Campaign to end discrimination onc...
Dept of State WOSB Set Aside
RECORD NUMBER: 6
SECTION: Combine Solicitation
ISSUE DATE: 28-FEB-12
POSTED DATE: 27-FEB-12
FSC CODE: 76 - Books, maps & other publications
TITLE: eBook Conversion for IIP/WC
SET-ASIDE: Woman Owned Small Business
AGENCY: U.S. Department of State; Office of Logistics Management; Acquisition Management; P.O...
DLA Land & Maritime Needs WOSBs in NAICS 335911, 335912
DLA Land & Maritime is looking for women-owned firms in NAICS 335911, and 335912. If your firm falls within these NAICS, please register at the Defense Logistics Agency Group and send me a message.
Margot Dorfman, CEO