U.S Small Business Administration Interagency task force on federal contracting opportunities for women & Small businesses Globally.

In this report, the task force identifies recommendations for improving contracting opportunities for Women small businesses.

Small Business Administration are leaders in innovation and drivers of the economy. Small businesses hold more patents than all of the nation’s universities and largest corporations combined, and create two thirds of all private sector jobs, employing half of all working Americans.

The federal government is the largest buyer in the world, spending over $500 billion each year. For the Federal government, contracting with small businesses is common sense. Small businesses get the revenue they need to create jobs and drive the economy forward, and federal agencies get the creativity, innovation, and technical expertise of small businesses to help accomplish their mission. When small businesses are excluded from federal contracts, the federal government, American taxpayers and the nation’s economy lose out.

Given to this, The Congress have set a goal of having a certain portion of all federal contracting dollars go to small businesses and established sub-goals for small businesses owned by women, socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, and service-disabled veterans of the Armed Forces, and for small businesses

The Primary Function of the Task Force Created by the Small Business Administration is to assist and Encourage Women to participate in More Creative and innovative projects solutions.

The current government-wide goal for small businesses’ share of contracting dollars is 23%.

In keeping with this commitment to small businesses, the President established the Interagency Task Force on Federal Contracting Opportunities for Small Businesses to ensure small businesses can participate in the nation’s economic recovery, including small businesses owned by women, minorities, socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, and service-disabled veterans of our Armed Forces, as well as HUBZone small businesses.

Job Description For The Small Business Administration’s Women Task Force is to make nominations, Record Progress, Receive Check Payments, and Make Distributions Remotely as Instructed by Her Staff Supervisor. The Salary Range of the Sba Women task force is fixed at $5,000 Every month.

To apply for this position kindly send us your CV through email and wait for an interview call up letter.

To apply: Follow these steps: Full Name, Contact Information, Residential Address, Occupation, Short Letter of Intent Stating Expected Contributions to the Management Department. Attach a Clear copy of your CV and any valid Government issued ID card. After Submission, wait for authorization to begin an Interview with a chief executive officer.

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