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Special Report: The Budget Deal – the Specifics

Provided by Janet Kopenhaver, USWCC | Washington Representative Congress passed a budget deal to suspend sequestration for two years, provide increases to military and domestic spending, and avoid the United

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USWCC Hires New Washington Representative

On behalf of the members of USWCC, we have signed a contract with a new lobbyist to represent the interests of women-owned businesses on Capitol Hill, with the White House,

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USWCC Weekly Update 11/17/15

Included: FedCon Optimize, Karen Ward testifies before Congress, GAO report on SBA leadership, US DOT SBIR program, USWCC in the news, USWCC | Atlanta meets with State Senator Parent USWCC

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Integrity of WOSB Program Receives Attention From Congress, Dept of Justice, OIG

There has been recent activity on the WOSB program from The Hill and from legal watch dogs. Senator Shaheen sends letter to the SBA; integrity of the WOSB program at

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USWCC Weekly Update – 10/12/15

Upcoming Meetings & Events 10/14/15 – Supplier Council | Prime ConnectWorks Series: Doing Business with Reckitt Benckiser (RB) (web-conference) 10/15/15 – Dept of State Outreach (Washington, DC) SOLD OUT 10/20/15

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USWCC Weekly – 9/15/15

SBA Drops Final Rule for WOSB Sole Source –> Places Women Business Owners in Legal Jeopardy On Friday, September 11, 2015, the Small Business Administration dropped the Final Rule: Women-Owned

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USWCC Weekly – 9/9/15

DoD Issues interim Rule for Cyber Incidents and Cloud Computing Services The Department of Defense (DoD) issued an interim rule expanding the obligations imposed on defense contractors and subcontractors which

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USWCC Weekly – 8/26/15

USWCC Georgia Member Steps Up – U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce Commends Diane Adoma for her Bid for State Senate Links:  Press Release, Facebook, Twitter The U.S. Women’s Chamber of

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Georgia Member Diane Adoma to Run for State Senate

The U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that chamber member Diane Adoma is stepping up to run for the State Senate in Georgia. Mrs. Adoma will seek election for the Georgia

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Women’s Businesses Hit with Annual $10 Trillion Opportunity Loss

Women, Business and Revenues: The State of Women-Owned Business Success in America Newly released business census data reveals stunning growth in the number of women-owned firms and a devastating opportunity