Saturday, November 14, 2009

Symposium on military contracts

Symposium on military contracts

Friday, 13 November 2009 00:00
By Richelle Ann P. Agpoon -
Variety News Intern

THE Naval Facilities Engineering Command and the U.S Defense representative to Guam, the CNMI, FSM and Palau are inviting residents interested in business opportunities with the military to join the symposium at the Saipan World Resort from Nov. 17 to 18.

The symposium will feature military and business experts who will provide participants information regarding business opportunities available through military construction projects and the military buildup on Guam.

The Department of Commerce, one of the facilitators, said participants are required to register and pay $15 since seating is limited.

The fee will include breakout sessions and lunch buffet.

Speakers include Joint Region Marianas executive director Roy Tsutsui, NAVFAC commanding officer Capt. Peter S. Lynch, Guam Chamber of Commerce member Carl Peterson, Capt. Michael Uva, NAVFAC small business advisor Albert Sampson and CNMI Secretary of Commerce Michael B. Ada.

The CNMI’s possible contributions to the Guam military buildup will also be discussed.

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