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Uncle Sam Wants <i>You</i>

You don't need to be a multinational to work with the government.

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This story appears in the February 2001 issue of HomeOfficeMag.com.

So you thought only big defense contractors and major corporations did business with the U.S. government? Small businesses, step up to the government till.

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PRO-Net, the SBA's Procurement Marketing and Access Network, is a decade-old government contracting program that provides more than 210,000 vendors and companies with visibility to a variety of government agencies and even other companies, explains Arthur E. Collins Jr., assistant administrator for operations and program support in the SBA's Office of Government Contracting and Business Development. The network is designed for small businesses that are independently owned and operated-not companies that are considered dominant providers in their markets.

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