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As a veteran-owned business, where can I find opportunities to bid on, with some hope of success?

Veteran

walter nagel Honolulu, HI

In particular, we are interested in bidding on construction or tool design contracts in NE Ohio.

18 July 2015 4 replies Small Business

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Advisor

Brad Wilder Lexington, KY

Walter, if you are interested in working on government-funded projects (even some state level), look into getting a certification as a Veteran-owned or Service-disabled veteran owned business, if applicable. There are often contracts available as set aside contracts (or portions of contracts) for these companies. Just might have to do some leg work on the front end to get qualified:
https://www.sba.gov/sdvosb

21 July 2015 Helpful answer

Veteran

Jack Bosma Butler, NJ

Use https://www.fbo.gov/

18 July 2015 Helpful answer

Advisor

LaVera Caston Plano, TX

school districts, city and county in your city, county and. They all use bidding for contracts.

LaVera Caston, PhD.

18 July 2015 Helpful answer

Veteran

walter nagel Honolulu, HI

Thanks, Brad.
Walt

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