Following Anna Urman's presentation, SFDC Executive Director Edythe Kelleher presents a commemorative SFDC coffee cup.
Photo by Jerry Fill.
Anna Urman, a consulting advisor to small businesses, discussed "Government Contracting for Small Business" at the Southeast Fairfax Development Corporation’s (SFDC) Business Roundtable Session on Sept. 1 at the Holiday Inn Express on Richmond Highway.
The audience listened to ways to break into the government contracting or expanding their involvement in government contracting.
SFDC's mission is to promote the development of business in the southeastern region of Fairfax County.
"I was thrilled to partner with the SFDC and work with its community of small businesses,” said Urman, director of Procurement Technical Assistance Program at the mason Enterprise Center. “Fairfax County is significantly impacted by the federal government presence — and the Route 1 corridor in particular. Businesses in the community need to be aware of potential opportunities to contract with federal agencies. The mission of my program is to help businesses become better at government contracting — whether they're just starting to learn about federal and state acquisition processes, or growing their business in the government contracting arena."
Contact Urman at 703-277-7755 or email@example.com.