GDOT’s Business Help Center to host breakfast for small business owners about potential projects

Press release from Georgia Department of Transportation

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ATLANTA, GA – Do you own a small business and want to do business with the Georgia Department of Transportation? GDOT has opportunities for service providers of all sizes to participate in a variety of transportation-related maintenance projects.

The Georgia DOT State Supported Funding Program (SSFP) invites you to attend a breakfast at the SSFP Business Help Center in Decatur, Ga. Attendees will learn about GDOT business opportunities and have the chance to network with other small business owners and GDOT staff. A light breakfast will be served.

WHAT:   State Supported Funding Program (SSFP)
Breakfast at the Center with Nu-Way Staffing
WHEN:   Friday, January 25, 10 a.m. to noon
WHERE: SSFP Business Help Center
One West Court Square, Suite 750
Decatur, GA 30030

COST: FREE for DBEs, Small Businesses and Veteran-Owned Small Businesses
CONTACT: Anthony Miles, amiles@mhm-cpa.com, 678-420-5500

Register Here! (LINK)

The Georgia DOT SSFP Business Resource Help Center in the city of Decatur assists eligible DBEs and registered Small and Veteran-owned Small Businesses in identifying and responding to business opportunities through Georgia DOT. These activities offer DBEs businesses the opportunity to establish themselves as a qualified contractor to bid on projects.

In addition to events held at the resource center, the SSFP also conducts events and workshops across Georgia. To find an upcoming event near you see our event calendar at http://www.dot.ga.gov/PS/Business/SSFP. For information about the GDOT State Supported Funding Program, visit www.gdotstateprojects.com.

There’s road work ahead. Roadway work zones are hazardous for workers and for the public. In fact, most work zone fatalities are drivers or passengers. Work zone safety is everybody’s responsibility. Obey the rules in work zones – Pay Attention – Slow Down – Watch for Workers. And always, expect the unexpected. It can make the difference between life and death. 

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