USDOT Bonding Education Program Workshop, Anchorage, AK
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM (AKST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Surety & Fidelity Association of America, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) - Northwest Small Business Transportation Resource Center and Alaska DOT & Public Facilities Civil Rights Office Present: the
Bonding Education Program Workshop
A ONE DAY NO COST WORKSHOP ON INCREASING YOUR BUSINESS
The bonding education program's goals are to educate small construction contractors about industry challenges and to assist participants in their effort to obtain surety bonds or increase their bonding capacity. The program offers unique workshops that apply to transportation related businesses, but other small businesses will find it valuable as well. The program is open to all contractors seeking to increase their business capacity and run threir operation more efficiently. Participants will interact with service providers, bonding producers, and learn how to conduct business with local, state, and federal agencies.
8:30 AM Registration and Networking
9:00 AM Bonding Education Program Kick-Off
9:30 AM Succession Planning
10:00 AM Analizing Financials from the underwriters viewpoints
12:00 PM How to submit claims to prime contractors
1:00 PM Construction Accounting and Financial Management
3:00 PM Closing/Networking/Setting up the one-on-one meeting with the bonding producers and underwriters.
Lunch will be provided at NO-COST to attendees!
For more information please contact M. Alicia at 425-248-4222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) enters into successful partnerships with non-profit organizations such as, chambers of commerce, trade associations, educational institutions and business-centered community-based organizations to operate the Small Business Transportation Resource Centers (SBTRCs). The SBTRCs work closely with state and local transportation agencies located in their jurisdictions. They also assist firms that are interested in doing business with US DOT directly or with state, or local agencies receiving DOT funding.
Type of Services Provided
- Business Analyses, Market Research
- General Management & Technical Assistance
- Business Counseling
- Planning Committees
- Outreach/ Conference Participation
- Loan and Bond Assistance
- Women & Girls Internship Program
Eligible small businesses
- 8(a) firms
- disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE)
- women owned small business (WOB)
- service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOB)
- veteran owned small business (VOSB)