Judiciary To Hold Minority
Business Enterprise Outreach
(ANNAPOLIS, MD— September 27, 2004)
The Maryland Judiciary will hold its Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
and Small Business Outreach on Tuesday, October 5, at Frostburg State University’s
Lane Center in Frostburg, Md., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The outreach is free to the public,
and will provide seminars on creating and building business relationships
with the Maryland Judiciary and Frostburg State University. The event will
also provide the opportunity for small and local businesses to network
with other businesses and government agencies.
The Court’s Executive Director of Procurement
and Contract Administration Daniel A. Coleman and Frostburg State University
President Dr. Catherine Gira will provide opening remarks. Katie Knowlin,
Director of the Office of Minority Business Enterprise for the Maryland
Department of Transportation; Everett J. Ross, Director of Equal Opportunity
Programs for the Department of Business and Economic Development; David
C. Rose, Associate Vice President for Budget and Planning at Frostburg
State University; and Daniel A. Coleman will lead seminars at the event.
The mission of the Maryland Judiciary’s
MBE program is to ensure equal access to contracting opportunities for
certified minority businesses seeking to do business with the courts. This
commitment translates into opportunities for firms with a devotion to providing
quality services and creative solutions.
Members of the media are invited to
attend. For more information, please contact the MBE program office at
410/260-1266, or log on to the MBE website at http://www.courts.state.md.us/procurement/mbe/index.html.
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