Fort Detrick Alliance - Procurement Connection Workshop April 26

Procurement Connection Workshop April 26

The Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs, 

in partnership with

Hagerstown Community College’s
Technical Innovation Center (TIC),


Ready, Set, GROW!

A Procurement Connection Workshop

Expanding Opportunities in Hagerstown!

Are you interested in contracting opportunities with state agencies and institutions? If so, then this unique workshop is for you. Join us for an overview of how our small, minority, women, and veteran procurement programs work. You’ll hear what buyers are looking for right now, and what’s in their pipelines.

You will also learn more about Western Maryland’s largest and most comprehensive technology-based business incubator, the Technical Innovation Center (TIC). The TIC provides support to entrepreneurs specific to emerging tech companies, access to business and government communities, and laboratory space and equipment for biotechnology and alternative energy companies.

Stick around for the networking portion to meet state procurement officers, representatives from the TIC, and other professional organizations that want to see your small business grow.

Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Time:        10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Location:  Hagerstown Community College

Career Programs Building (CPB)
Rooms 211-213

11400 Robinwood Dr.

Hagerstown, MD 21742

 Attendees should park in Lot F adjacent to the Career Programs Building (CPB).
CPB 211-213 is on the upper level of the Elliott Center.

Register at.

Or contact:

Janice Riley, TIC Manager @ Hagerstown Community College, 240.500.2479,

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The City of Frederick is proud of its long relationship with Fort Detrick, and its allied federal agencies, and the important role it plays in the economic health of our community, and its strategic role in the health and safety of our nation. Our support for the Fort Detrick Alliance, as a founding sponsor, is a natural extension as we work to forge and sustain community partnerships, between the public and private sectors, for our mutual benefit.
Mayor Michael C. O’ConnorMayorThe City of Frederick

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