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Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization

  • Transportation

    Attention Contractors: Advisory Notice Regarding Suspected Phishing Emails

    Recently, there have been several spam emails fraudulently portraying that the emails were sent by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Office of the Senior Procurement Executive (OSPE) or other Departmental offices.
  • NW success

    Northwest SBTRC Success Story

    Business success is usually measured in quantitative terms; that is, increases in revenues, profitability and the number of employees, or decreases in the costs of goods sold, overhead or debt. The numbers only tell part of the story. Success can also be measured in qualitative terms; that is, how the business benefitted its business owners, employees, customers and the community.
  • Northwest SBTRC Making an Impact

    Northwest SBTRC Making an Impact

    The Northwest Region Small Business Transportation Resource Center partnered with Sound Transit and the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Business Center to provide a financial-focused workshop in Tukwila, Washington.
  • Mentor_Protege_Program

    DOT Mentor Protégé Program

    The U.S Small Business Administration (SBA) recently approved the continuation of DOT’s Mentor Protégé Program until March 2024 pursuant to 13.C.F.R § 125.10. Effective immediately, the Department will be accepting Mentor Protégé Agreement (MPA) proposals. If you are interested to participate in our program or need additional information, please visit the program webpage at /www.transportation.gov/osdbu
  • Educational and Outreach Initiative - SE SBTRC

    Financial Education and Outreach Initiative - SE SBTRC

    This event included an update on efforts of Chairman, Marco Rubio Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship; reauthorization of the Small Business Act making the SBA more responsive to the 21st century economy and small business innovation;...click on the link to read more...
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