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Join Us For A Special Santa’s Workshop: ORPIN and You

  • Learn how to “dial in” your ORPIN Profile
  • What does your COBID profile say about you?
  • Learn to use both state systems to your advantage!
  • How do government buyers look for suppliers?
  • Start the New Year with a strong representation in the State’s e-Procurement System – ORPIN
  • Holiday treats
  • Start your New Year on the right track!

SCC December Event Flyer 2016

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Come and learn about how to do business with the City of Salem and meet Mayor Elect Chuck Bennett!

  • Learn about potential work that is available and how to get plugged into those opportunities
  • Understand the contract and procurement process at the City of Salem

SCC November 2016 Event Flyer

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Come and learn about the Rural Entrepreneurship Initiative Program!

Come and learn about how the program will support entrepreneurship through partnerships with federal partners, foundations, economic development groups, Oregon’s incubators and accelerators, Economic Development Districts, and Small Business Development Centers. The goal is to jointly drive forward Business Oregon’s strategy for an inclusive and accessible entrepreneurial ecosystem for Oregon.

Salem Capitol Connections Flyer Oct. 2016

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Oregon Small Business Resources!

This month at Salem Capitol Connections:

The presentation will provide a conceptual explanation of the differences between independent contractors and employees in order to help employers make informed decisions regarding the proper classification of their workers. It will focus on ORS 670.600 – the statute that guides the Oregon Employment Department’s compliance checks – as well as the consequences of misclassification.

September 2016 Event Flyer

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Change is in the air in the world of Government Contracting!

WORKSHOP: Change is in the air in the world of Government Contracting! 

  • Learn about new contracting regulations and guidelines
  • Know the value the SBA certification programs may bring your business
  • Get insight into what goods and services “the feds” are buying locally
  • Learn of trends that the SBA is observing across Oregon and SW Washington

SCC August 2016 Event Flyer

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How to do business with Hoffman Construction!

  • Learn about potential work that will be available and how best to get plugged into those opportunities
  • Learn how to become prequalified to work with Hoffman
  • Know about Hoffman’s safety requirements
  • Understand Hoffman’s insurance requirements

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Potential contract opportunities with the Saif Campus Renovation Project.

Potential contract opportunities with the Saif Campus Renovation Project.  Please contact Andy Dykeman of Lease Crutcher Lewis, LLC at 503-223-0500 for further information.

Saif Project Advertisement for Bid

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Intro to the Community Public Offering (CPO)!

This month at Salem Capitol Connections:

Amy Pearl, Executive Director of Hatch Innovation and driver of Oregon’s new law for crowd investing will be here to talk about law, how it provides a new mechanism called a Community Public Offering for small business owners and entrepreneurs to raise capital and how Oregonians can now invest in the small businesses they love.

SCCJune2016EventFlyer

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JUNE 8, 2016 PRESS RELEASE: ALL CERTIFIED DISADVANTAGED FIRMS NOW QUALIFY ON FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION CONTRACTS

SALEM – Based on the results of the 2016 Disparity Study, the Oregon Department of Transportation has received approval from Federal Highway Administration to include all minority Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certified firms, across all race groups, to participate in meeting contract goals enforced on federally-funded projects. Until now, ODOT has been operating its DBE program in a narrowly-tailored fashion – allowing only African-American-owned and subcontinent Asian-American-owned firms to fulfill contract goals – due to federal restrictions requiring the agency to show there have been disparities in any given racial category. Read More

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Learn how to do business with Oregon Department of Transportation!

Are you a small or certified business seeking to do work in the fields of heavy highway construction or architecture/design/engineering? Do you want to learn more about how your business might fit with our facilities and maintenance work?

Join Amy Jermain, Small Business Programs manager from the Office of Civil Rights, as she discusses how to access opportunities at ODOT – from supportive services for certified firms, to accessing letting schedules, to understanding all the lines of work available at ODOT.

SCCMay2016EventFlyer

 

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