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Selling to Navy Workshop Offered to Small Businesses

For More Information Contact:
Tiffany Scroggs, Business Resource Center Manager Procurement Technical Assistance Center

Thurston Economic Development Council
665 Woodland Square Loop SE, Suite 201
Lacey, WA 98503

Lacey, WA – The Thurston EDC’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center in partnership with South Puget Sound Community College’s Small Business Development Center are pleased to announce a free workshop to small businesses on Selling to the Navy:

October 13, 2011 from 9:00am – 12:00pm
SPSCC – Hawks Prairie Campus 1401 Marvin Road NE, Room 118
Lacey, WA 98516
Registration Required.

The Puget Sound region is home to one of the largest concentrations of the US Navy in the world. Navy Supplies and Naval Facilities Engineering Command purchase goods and services from small businesses across the region. This workshop will cover the basics of federal contracting, basics of Navy contracting and explore resources available to businesses seeking to succeed in the government marketplace.
Presenters include Lucy Leu, Deputy for Small Business at NAVSUP FLC Puget Sound and Steve Shapro, Deputy for Small Business at NAVFAC NW and Tiffany Scroggs, Government Contracting Assistance Specialist with the Procurement Technical Assistance Center.

The workshop is offered at no cost, but space is limited. Registration preference will be given to firms that have a product or service applicable to Navy requirements. Contact Tiffany Scroggs for more information or to register at 360-754-6320 or tscroggs@thurstonedc.com.


The Thurston Economic Development Council is a private non-profit organization focused on creating a vital and sustainable economy throughout Thurston County that supports the livelihood and values of our residents. The Procurement Technical Assistance Center is a program of the Thurston EDC that seeks to maximize the number of small businesses participating in the government marketplace.

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