The Surety and Fidelity Association of America (SFAA) BONDING ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL AND MINORITY CONTRACTORS “New Opportunities in the Gulf: Creating Business to Business Linkages” Forum sponsored by U.S. Department of Commerce, MBDA Detroit, MI December 21, 2011. Background.
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The Surety and Fidelity Association of America (SFAA)BONDING ASSISTANCE FOR SMALL AND MINORITY CONTRACTORS“New Opportunities in the Gulf: Creating Business to Business Linkages” Forumsponsored byU.S. Department of Commerce, MBDADetroit, MIDecember 21, 2011
The objective of the MOU is for SFAA to share its resources (both educational and referral sources) with MBDA for the benefit of minority-owned firms to enhance their access to bonding and/or to educate them on how to become bondable or increase their bonding capacity.
SFAA Model Contractor Development Program Seeks to Improve Bondability through Assisting Contractors in Better Addressing the 3 Cs – Elements of Surety Bonding Prequalification
The Surety & Fidelity Association of America
Sam Carradine, Director of Development and Diversity
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