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ATTENTION SMALL OR MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESSES: GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES TO BE PROVIDED TO RESEARCH STUDY PARTICIPANTS

ATTENTION SMALL OR MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESSES: GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING
 OPPORTUNITIES TO BE PROVIDED TO RESEARCH STUDY PARTICIPANTS
 COLUMBIA, Md., May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 500 small or minority-owned businesses from the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area are being recruited to participate in a research study on small business and government contracting. Conducted by the Kemplin Group, a full-service business consulting firm, the one-year research program simply requires that participants provide timely responses to monthly surveys. In return for their input, the Kemplin Group will request registration of all participants to be placed on bid lists for federal, state and local government contracts.
 This Small Business Government Contract program has been developed to evaluate the viability of small businesses' participation in the government contracting process. It will also provide a means for businesses to easily register with the vast number of government agencies and, thus, be presented with opportunities for business development.
 Certain eligibility criteria must be met in order to participate. The application fee of $100 will be fully refunded if the firm does not qualify. Participants will receive a free copy of the study upon its completion.
 The deadline to register is determined by location. For further information and to check closing dates of your area, contact the Kemplin Group at 410-381-8220.
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