Business USA- Consolidated Government Business Resources

March 6, 2012

Where can you go to find information about available federal programs without having to waste time and resources navigating the federal bureaucracy?  BusinessUSA

Find opportunities to sell to Federal Government.

Find opportunities to sell to the Federal Government.

BusinessUSA  is a platform for you to access services you may need to grow your firm and succeed: technical assistance to start a business, access to financing, assistance in exporting and more.

BusinessUSA combines information and services from 10 different government agencies through one consolidated website and coordinated telephone support through a single 1-800 number.

The BusinessUSA website already presents hundreds of business resources, in one place.

Looking for opportunities to supply your products to the US government, its agencies, or contractors?

Find Opportunities

Take some time to visit BusinessUSA.gov.

(Guest post by PMPA Member Darlene Miller. BusinessUSA is a result of proposals made by the Presidents Council on Jobs and Effectiveness, of which Ms. Miller is a member.)

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Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Regulation

September 8, 2009

PMPA staff recently reviewed the  Department of Homeland Security’s Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Regulation information posted on the web.

More Exciting Reading From Department of Homeland Security

More Exciting Reading From Department of Homeland Security

We reviewed the Appendix A for materials and chemicals that might be in our shops.

And we gave our members our professional ‘techie’ opinion about this rule based on our knowledge of industry materials and processes. PMPA MEMBERS ONLY CFATS BULLETIN.

This is an example of the kinds of  “Tools You Can Use”  Business Intelligence that  PMPA provides to our members-  identification of and technical assistance with the constant flood of new government regulations.

How do you identify emerging regulations in your company? Who is responsible for identifying applicability and compliance?  Ultimately, we know who the courts would say is responsible…

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