Doing Business with GRTC Procurement Forum

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Thursday, May 16, 2019
10 AM - Noon
GRTC Headquarters
301 East Belt Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23224

Our goal is to connect small and diverse businesses with GRTC decision makers through a panel discussion to learn about GRTC’s procurement policies, purchasing needs and contracting opportunities.

Who Should Attend? Small, women, and minority-owned (SWaM) businesses.

Did you Know?

The U.S. Small Business Administration counts companies with as much as $35.5 million in sales and 1,500 employees as "small businesses", depending on the industry. Outside government, companies with less than $7 million in sales and fewer than five hundred employees are widely considered small businesses.

The definition of a small business is an independently owned and operated company that is limited in size and in revenue depending on the industry. A local bakery that employs 10 people is an example of a small business. A manufacturing facility that employees less than 500 people is an example of a small business.

Who is on the panel?

GRTC’s departmental buyers who spend a large portion of GRTC’s capital budget.

GRTC’s panelists: Tonya Thompson, Director of Procurement; Ray Delgadillo, Director of Maintenance; Rob Taggart, Director of Information Technology and Steve McNally, Director of Construction & Engineering.

Guest panelists: Kim Brewer, Department of General Services Division of Purchases & Supply, Calvin Thweatt, Department of Small Business & Supplier Diversity.

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