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How do you get a foot in the door with a national laboratory? And if you do have a foot in the door, how do you take full advantage of the opening?
An event that brings together officials from Los Alamos National Laboratory and aspiring small business suppliers is dedicated to answering that question.
There are only a couple of chances each year. The next one takes place from 8 a.m.-noon Thursday at the Cities of Gold Conference Center in Pojoaque.
The small business forum is hosted by the laboratory’s Acquisition Services Management Division.
Andrea Martinez-Lucero of the Laboratory Small Business Program Office, said Monday that the meeting is free.
“We’re expecting 200,” she said. “We’re wanting 300.”
She urged those who are planning to attend to call her at 665-5793 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. Registration will begin at 7:45 a.m. The program starts at 8:30.
The purpose of these meetings is to acquaint small-business owners with new subcontracting provisions and opportunities. New business can learn about working with the lab and network with people with similar interests, according to the laboratory’s announcement Monday.
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