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Office of Business Opportunity

The Office of Business Opportunity is committed to creating a competitive and diverse business environment in the City of Houston by promoting the growth and success of local small businesses, with special emphasis on historically underutilized groups by ensuring their meaningful participation in the government procurement process.

Certifications and Designations

Contract Compliance and Reporting

Reports, Directories, and Search Tools

About the Director

Carlecia D. Wright, is the Director for the Office of Business Opportunity. In April 2011, Ms. Wright was appointed by Mayor Parker to ensure that the City’s small, minority, women-owned and disadvantaged business enterprises have meaningful participation in the city’s procurement process.

Prior to her appointment, she worked for the City of New York’s Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise Program, where she served as the Executive Director of Policy, Planning and Operations, as well as the Executive Director of Certification and Recruitment. More.

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Office Depot Business Solutions Division: 10% Or More Off Everyday Purshases! #business #reviews



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Airtel Centre – Best Office Project (National) – ZEE Business – RICS Real Estate Award #international #business #jobs

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ZEE Business – RICS Real Estate Award 2011

Bharti Realty has been awarded the Zee Business RICS Real Estate Award 2011 as Best Office Project (National) � Self Occupied for Airtel Centre. The prestigious award was received from the Honorable Minister for Urban Development.

About the Award

ZEE BUSINESS-RICS awards recognizes outstanding projects whose excellence and achievements have set a benchmark in the industry, inspiring and encouraging the industry to set new standards and trends, bring in innovation, futuristic designs and quality projects. These awards are unique as they reward projects that epitomize an excellent project on paper, translated into a quality project delivered to the market in a timely manner. Winning projects demonstrated all-round excellence in design planning, construction, timely delivery, value for customers and a commitment to sustainability.

The awards witnessed attendance from some of the biggest names in the Indian real estate industry who all came together to felicitate the best in the sector.

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Office of Capital Access #writing #business #plan

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Office of Capital Access | Resources

Please visit the SBIR Website as managed by SBA’s Office of Investment Innovation for complete and thorough details on the SBIR/STTR Programs.

Competitive Opportunity for Small Business:

SBIR and STTR are highly competitive programs that encourage small business to explore their technological potential and provide the incentive to profit from commercialization opportunities. By including qualified small businesses in the nation’s R D arena, high-tech innovation is stimulated and the United States gains entrepreneurial spirit as it meets its specific research and development needs.

These two programs target the entrepreneurial sector because that is where most innovation and innovators thrive. However, the risk and expense of conducting serious R D efforts are often beyond the means of many small businesses. By reserving a specific percentage of federal R D funds for small business, SBIR and STTR protect the small business and enable it to compete on the same level as larger businesses. This program funds the critical startup and development stages and it encourages the commercialization of the technology, product, or service, which, in turn, stimulates the U.S. economy.

Since its enactment in 1982, as part of the Small Business Innovation Development Act, this program has helped thousands of small businesses to compete for federal research and development awards. Their contributions have enhanced the nation’s defense, protected our environment, advanced health care, and improved our ability to manage information and manipulate data.


Small businesses must meet certain eligibility criteria to participate in the SBIR or STTR programs. Complete details on eligibility can be found on SBIR.gov but in quick synopsis your small business firm should include:.

  • American-owned and independently operated
  • For-profit
  • Principal researcher employed by business
  • Company size limited to 500 employees

    The SBIR System:

    Each year, eleven federal departments and agencies are required by SBIR to reserve a portion of their R D funds for award to small business.

    • Department of Agriculture
    • Department of Commerce
    • Department of Defense
    • Department of Education
    • Department of Energy
    • Department of Health and Human Services
    • Department of Homeland Security
    • Department of Transportation
    • Environmental Protection Agency
    • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    • National Science Foundation

    These agencies designate R D topics and accept proposals.

    Three-Phase Program:

    The SBIR and STTR Programs are structured in three phases:

    Phase I. The objective of Phase I is to establish the technical merit, feasibility, and commercial potential of the proposed R/R D efforts and to determine the quality of performance of the small business awardee organization prior to providing further Federal support in Phase II. SBIR Phase I awards normally do not exceed $150,000 total costs for 6 months.

    Phase II. The objective of Phase II is to continue the R/R D efforts initiated in Phase I. Funding is based on the results achieved in Phase I and the scientific and technical merit and commercial potential of the project proposed in Phase II. Only Phase I awardees are eligible for a Phase II award. SBIR Phase II awards normally do not exceed $1,000,000 total costs for 2 years.

    Phase III. The objective of Phase III, where appropriate, is for the small business to pursue commercialization objectives resulting from the Phase I/II R/R D activities. The SBIR program does not fund Phase III. Some Federal agencies, Phase III may involve follow-on non-SBIR funded R D or production contracts for products, processes or services intended for use by the U.S. Government.

    SBA Role:

    The US Small Business Administration plays an important role as the coordinating agency for the SBIR program. It directs the 11 agencies’ implementation of SBIR, reviews their progress, and reports annually to Congress on its operation. SBA is also the information link to SBIR. SBA collects solicitation information from all participating agencies and publishes it quarterly in a Pre-Solicitation Announcement (PSA). The PSA is a single source for the topics and anticipated release and closing dates for each agency’s solicitations.

    For more information on the SBIR Program, please visit http://www.sbir.gov .

    All of SBA’s programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.

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Vets First Verification Program – Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization #register #business

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Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization

Vets First Verification Program

Temporary Change in Document Submission Policy for Current and New Verification Applications

During the month of September the Verification Program is undergoing a major transformation in response to feedback provided by the Veteran-Owned Small Businesses community. The modifications and enhancements will result in significant changes to our application process to improve the Veteran experience as we establish MyVA Verification. Document Submission Policy Changes

Help Desk: (866) 584-2344
Monday Friday
8:00am to 8:00pm (Eastern)

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has special authority for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business and Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB and VOSB) set-aside and sole source contracts.

Public Law (P.L.) 109-461 entitled Veterans Benefits, Health Care, and Information Technology Act of 2006 provides VA with unique authority for contracting with SDVOSB and VOSB. A new procurement hierarchy within VA for open market procurements was created which places highest priority with SDVOSB then VOSB. These small business groups are followed by 8(a), HUBZone, Women-Owned Small Business, then all other small businesses. This procurement authority, and its subsequent implementation, is a logical extension of VA s mission to care for our nation s Veterans. VA refers to this program as the Veterans First Contracting Program. See VA Acquisition Regulation Part 808, Required Sources of Supplies and Services. for the priorities in acquisition.

In order to qualify for participation in the VA Veterans First Contracting Program, eligible VOSB owners must first be verified. Start Verification

Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE) Transformation

Candid feedback from SDVOSB and VOSB stakeholders indicated that CVE needed to increase customer service touchpoints within the existing Vets First Verification process. The MyVA Verification Application Transformation Trial outlines this organizational transformation and the improvements to Verification processing.

Verification Guides and Popular Fact Sheets

  • Initial Verification Application Guide – Outlines regulatory requirements in 38 CFR Part 74; assists applicants to comply with when applying for Verification.
  • 4 Steps to VA Verification – Provides snapshot of steps associated with Verification process.
  • What documents do I need to apply? – Lists required documentation necessary to apply for Verification.
  • Verification Application Required Documents Rationale – Provides insight on what documents are needed for Verification and how CVE reviews them to process Verification applications.
  • Reverification Process Fact Sheet – Read more about the Reverification process.
  • Average Verification Processing Time – View the average processing time of Verification applications over the last three months.

Verification Webinars and Town Halls

  • Verification Webinars and Town Halls – CVE hosts recurring training for interested SDVOSBs/VOSBs on different aspects of the Verification process.

Verification Assistance Program

VA has developed a Verification Assistance Program to help Veterans understand Verification policy and processes. The goal of this program is to reduce the risk of denial due to lack of understanding and misinterpretation of the regulation. Partnering Veteran service organizations and small business support organizations can provide assistance to Veterans who are interested in applying for the Vet First Verification Program.

VA Certified Verification Counselors

VA Certified Verification Counselors are trained by VA OSDBU to provide Verification application assistance to SDVOSBs/VOSBs. Counselor assistance is available at no cost to the Veteran and available throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and Guam. Additional counselor assistance features include:

  • Provide insight regarding the interpretation of regulation 38 CFR Part 74
  • Review a firm s business model
  • Answer questions on how to use the Verification Self-Assessment Tool
  • Status Checks on where an applicant is in the Verification process

If you are a SDVOSB/VOSB applicant in need of assistance, visit the list of VA Certified Verification Counselors.

Verification Assistance Counselor Training

VA continues to offer its Understanding the VA Verification Process training series to certify Verification Counselors nationwide. Interested Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) Counselors and Veteran Partner Organizations interested in becoming VA certified to counsel Veterans are encourgaged to participate. View Upcoming Training Dates and Register for Training

Laws and Regulations

  • 38 CFR 74 – VA Veteran-Owned Small Business Verification Guidelines
  • 38 CFR 74 RIN 2900-AO49 – Interim final rule regarding the two-year Verification eligibility term for SDVOSB/VOSBs (See page 1, Center Column )
  • 38 U.S.C. 8127/8128 Veteran Benefits
  • P.L. 111-275, Sec. 104 Small Business Verification Act
  • 48 C.F.R. Parts 802, 804, 808, 809, 810, 813, 815, 817, 819, 828 852 Veterans First Contracting

Center for Verification and Evaluation Standard Operating Procedure (Last reviewed on September 29, 2015)

VA Moves Against Non-Compliant and Fraudulent Firms

CVE has established a process to report firms alleged to be non-compliant with one or more of the regulatory requirements for the Vets First Verification Program. Report firms believed to be non-compliant of 38 CFR Part 74 .

The VA Office of Inspector General is committed to protecting the rights of SDVOSBs/VOSBs by vigorously investigating and seeking prosecution of those who deprive Veterans who have earned the right to set-aside government contracts. Report fraud to VA OIG Hotline .

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Small Business Assistance Office (SBAO) #business #address

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Small Business Assistance Office

Our Small Business Assistance Office places a special emphasis on providing the in-depth information that is so crucial to business success yet too costly for many businessmen and women to obtain on their own.


We help reduce the expense in terms of money, time, expertise, and lost opportunity for startups and established businesses alike by offering individual consultation services along with a comprehensive series of business guidebooks.

Consultation Services

Our consultants field all kinds of inquiries, ranging from basic process questions ( What form do I need to file, where do I get it, and with whom do I file it? ) to addressing far more complex tax, regulatory, financial, managerial, business structure and other questions.

Contact one of our consultants:

Government Contracting/Procurement/Purchasing Contacts

State of Minnesota

Minnesota Department of Administration:Materials Management Division
Vendors interested in doing business with the state of Minnesota must register through the Supplier Portal, which is part of the state’s new accounting and procurement system.

Federal Government

Metropolitan Economic Development Association(MEDA)
MEDA hosts the Minnesota Procurement Technical Assistance Center (MN PTAC) that helps all Minnesota businesses pursue government procurement opportunities. MN PTAC offers specialized support for Women, Veteran, and HUB Zone businesses.


Far from generic advice, our business guidebooks are written specifically for companies that will be doing business in Minnesota and operating under Minnesota laws and regulations.

Our Guide to Starting a Business in Minnesota is the most comprehensive reference of its kind and a must read for anyone contemplating the startup or purchase of an existing business.

Our other in-depth guidebooks are produced in collaboration with major Minnesota law firms and subject matter experts on such topics as employment law, Internet commerce, securities offerings, franchising, debt financing, loan documentation, and intellectual property protection.

Here are our current offerings:

An Employer’s Guide to Employment Law Issues in Minnesota (13th Edition, Spring 2016)
(A collaborative effort with the law firm of Lindquist Vennum LLP). Also available on CD.

A Legal Guide To Technology Transactions (April 2012)
(A collaborative effort with the law firm Gray Plant Mooty). Also available on CD.

A Guide to Intellectual Property Protection (13th Edition, October 2015)
(A collaborative effort with the law firm of Merchant Gould P.C.). Also available on CD.

Raising Capital: Securities Law and Business Considerations (7th Edition July 2016).
(A collaborative effort with the law firm of Fox Rothschild LLP). Also available on CD.

A Legal Guide to the Internet (7th Edition, April 2016)
(A collaborative effort with the law firm of Merchant Gould P.C.). Also available on CD.

An Introduction to Franchising (3rd Edition, January 2008)
(A collaborative effort with the law firm of Briggs and Morgan, P.A.). Available only on CD.

A Guide to Biotechnology Finance (1st Edition, August 2005)
(A collaborative effort with the law firm of Lindquist Vennum LLP). Available only on CD.

Small Business Notes Newsletter

Small Business Notes is a monthly newsletter that provides timely, accurate and useful information on topics of interest to small businesses in Minnesota.

Select the links below to view, download and print current and past issues.

June 2016
Minnesota Department of Commerce Publishes Adopted Permanent Rules Regulating MNvest Crowdfunding Securities Offerings

Small Business Prevails in Government Procurement Case Before U.S. Supreme Court

May 2016
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Case on Separation of Functionality and Decoration for Copyright Purposes

March 2016
Will There Be A Reconsideration of State Sales Tax Collection by Out-Of-State Vendors?

February 2016
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument on Contract Set-Aside for Veterans

January 2016
Securities and Exchange Commission Releases Report With Recommendations for Changes to Definition of Accredited Investor

December 2015
President Signs Tax Extender Bill Securities Law Changes found Deep in New Transportation Law

November 2015
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Issues Final Rules on Federal Crowdfunding Exemption Minnesota Department of Commerce Publishes Proposed Rules for Minnesota’s MNVest Crowdfunding Offerings

October 2015
Eighth Circuit Addresses Deference To Be Given To Administrative Agency’s Interpretation Of Its Own Rule

September 2015
New Federal E-Warranty Act Allows for Warranty Information Online

August 2015
Federal Trade Commission Action Makes for a Cautionary Tale on Donation Based Crowdfunding

July 2015
U.S. Department of Labor Indicates It Will Look at Compensability of Employee Efforts Involving Off-Schedule and Off-Premises Use of Electronic Devices

Proposed Rules Published on “White Collar Job Exemptions” to Salary and Overtime Requirements of Federal Fair Labor Standards Act

New U.S. Department of Labor Interpretation Addresses “Economic Realities” Test in Classifying Workers as Employees or Independent Contractors

June 2015
Minnesota Enacts Equity Crowdfunding Legislation. Employer Motivation Not Knowledge Is Enough To Establish A Disparate-Treatment Claim Says U.S. Supreme Court

May 2015
Recent Case Involving Minnesota Business Highlights The Need To Understand Insurance Coverage

April 2015
Small Businesses Survive But Do they Prosper? the SBA’s 2015 Small Business Profile for Minnesota

March 2015
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Votes to Approve Major New Regulation A + With Substantial Impact on Raising of Equity Capital

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Publishes Proposed Rule to Create Expanded, All-Agency Mentor-Protege Program for Small Businesses to Develop Capacity to Seek, Obtain, and Perform on Federal Contracts

February 2015
Minnesota Court of Appeals Determines Websites and Domain Names are Property Subject to Garnishment under Minnesota Law

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Publishes Call for Proposals for Early Stage Investment Companies

No Small Business Notes for January 2015

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Womens business wear, office clothing, ladies business suits, shift dresses, work skirts, work shirts #business #partner

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Womens Tailoring and Business Suits, Work Wear

Chelsea Cropped Trouser Suit In Navy Blue

Chelsea Cropped Trouser Suit In Black

A selection of high quality, women s business suits for work. Featuring designer suits and separates, including beautiful women s tailoring from Savile Row London, ladies suit jackets. work skirts and womens business trousers in long wearing fabrics, perfect for any woman s work wardrobe and all online.
Sophisticated womens tailoring that enhances your femininity simply screams success and the high quality finish and the very best fabrics ensure your designer suit will last for years. Choose from our selection of tailored skirt suits and trouser (pant) suits from UK designers mix and match suit separates to create your own unique business look and for some designs, a full 3 piece option is also available with matching waistcoat!
Ideal for your next job interview, next promotion or if you are returning to work from maternity show up in style and outsmart the competition with a high impact, beautiful business outfit which truly demonstrates your ambition.

Complete Your Look

We have put together a gorgeous collection of classic womens tailoring including suits for women and office wear for all occasions, with a special emphasis on corporate styled shoes, business handbags and accessories. Shop the whole look, or simply select a great item which works well with your existing business clothing.

Team any of our suit separates with a stunning work blouse and some striking office shoes for women or work jewellery and you will be the envy of your whole office.
Our aim is to help you create a look that suits your style and makes you feel great to lead to a better, more confident performance in the workplace.
Here at Pinstripe and Pearls we understand that finding the perfect work outfit can be difficult and that time is precious! This why we have put together collection work wear ideas to help inspire you. Please browse our site for a range of work trousers. blouses, business handbags, office shoes and more.

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Office of Business Opportunity #designer #business #cards

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Office of Business Opportunity

The Office of Business Opportunity is committed to creating a competitive and diverse business environment in the City of Houston by promoting the growth and success of local small businesses, with special emphasis on historically underutilized groups by ensuring their meaningful participation in the government procurement process.

Certifications and Designations

Contract Compliance and Reporting

Reports, Directories, and Search Tools

About the Director

Carlecia D. Wright, is the Director for the Office of Business Opportunity. In April 2011, Ms. Wright was appointed by Mayor Parker to ensure that the City’s small, minority, women-owned and disadvantaged business enterprises have meaningful participation in the city’s procurement process.

Prior to her appointment, she worked for the City of New York’s Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprise Program, where she served as the Executive Director of Policy, Planning and Operations, as well as the Executive Director of Certification and Recruitment. More.

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Office of Small Business Development Centers #government #grants

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Office of Small Business Development Centers | Resources

Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) provide a vast array of technical assistance to small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. By supporting business growth, sustainability and enhancing the creation of new businesses entities, SBDCs foster local and regional economic development through job creation and retention. As a result of the no cost, extensive, one-on-one, long-term professional business advising, low-cost training and other specialized services SBDC clients receive, the program remains one of the nation’s largest small business assistance programs in the federal government. The SBDCs are made up of a unique collaboration of SBA federal funds, state and local governments, and private sector resources.

SBDCs provide services through professional business advisors such as: development of business plans; manufacturing assistance; financial packaging and lending assistance; exporting and importing support; disaster recovery assistance; procurement and contracting aid; market research services; aid to 8(a) firms in all stages; and healthcare information. SBDCs serve all populations, including: minorities; women; veterans, including reservists, active duty, disabled personnel, and those returning from deployment; personnel with disabilities; youth and encore entrepreneurs; as well as individuals in low and moderate income urban and rural areas. Based on client needs, local business trends and individual business requirements, SBDCs modify their services to meet the evolving needs of the hundreds of small business community in which they are situated.

SBDC assistance is available virtually anywhere with 63 Host networks branching out with more than 900 service delivery points throughout the U.S. the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The 63 SBDC hosts include:

  • 48 University-sponsored SBDC Hosts: 2 2 University Hosts are in Washington, DC (Howard University). and the U.S. Virgin Islands (the University of the Virgin Islands)8 Community college-sponsored SBDC hosts: Dallas-TX, UT, OR, NM, AZ, San Diego-CA, Los Angeles-CA, and American Samoa
  • 8 Community college-sponsored SBDC hosts: Dallas-TX, UT, OR, NM, AZ, San Diego-CA, Los Angeles-CA, and American Samoa
  • 7 State-sponsored Lead SBDCs (CO, IL, IN, MN, MT, OH, WV): Since 1990, Congress has required all new SBDCs be Hosted by institutions of higher education or Women’s Business Centers


Adriana Menchaca-Gendron has over 24 years of private and public sector experience. Prior to joining the Federal Government in 2004, she worked in the finance and insurance industries, both.

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