The Glenpool Library will be closed April 24-29 for library improvements.
The City of Tulsa Human Rights Department and partnering agencies are hosting a series of workshops all designed to assist you with how to do business with local governments and private industry. You will gain valuable information, compile documents needed to submit to various certification agencies, and get hands on, step by step assistance from several small business advocates. Remember to share this information within your small business network.
The final workshop of the year will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 13th, 2013 from 1-5 p.m. at Tulsa City Hall, One Technology Center, 175 East 2nd Street. Tulsa, OK. Each workshop is divided into three parts. Please choose the opportunities that will best assist your organization in its development and growth. You are welcome to attend any part/session or the entire workshop.
The sessions will include an hour and a half procurement component; an hour of out-of-town teleconferencing and an hour and twenty minutes for Human Rights Department BRIDGE and other certifications. The flier and agenda that is linked in the pdf below outlines the workshops. Procurement opportunities will be updated frequently in the BRIDGE website at https://www.cityoftulsa.org/bridge.aspx.
Please check the BRIDGE website for updates on these workshops. We will meet at local libraries and educational institutions all over the City to offer you convenience and consistency all aimed at obtaining procurement opportunities and certifications. Reservations are not required.
Questions: Please contact City of Tulsa, Human Rights Department (918) 596-7818