Press Releases | Page 9 | NAWBO


Press Releases

  • NAWBO Supports Legislation Proposed by Senator Olympia Snowe

    (Washington D.C., May 25, 2010) — The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) strongly supports the legislation proposed yesterday by Senator Olympia Snowe to improve the ability of women-owned businesses to compete for and receive federal contracts. This legislation comes on the heels of a recent meeting between NAWBO and Senator Snowe's office where NAWBO raised issues regarding the women's procurement program. NAWBO has since released an official statement of support to be included with the bill introduction and will work closely with Senator Snowe's office to secure co-sponsors and ongoing support of the bill as it passes through the political process.

    Read More

  • NAWBO Attends White House Meeting On Women’s Contracting Program; Applauds Forward Progress On Implementing Program

    (Washington, D.C., May 1, 2010) — The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) attended a meeting at the White House today to discuss the proposed rules just released by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) that would implement a long-delayed federal program designed to expand federal contracting opportunities for women-owned small businesses (WOSBs).

    Read More

  • NAWBO Says Job Creation Bills Are A Positive Step

    (Washington D.C., February 2, 2010) — NAWBO® releases statement that urges President Obama and lawmakers to work in a bipartisan fashion to create policies that instill confidence in the business community.

    Read More

  • Testimony on SBA Proposed Rules on Set-Aside Program

    (January 1, 2008) On behalf of the National Association of Women Business Owners® (NAWBO®), its 9,000 members and 80 chapters across the country, we strongly oppose the recent Small Business Administration proposed rule regarding federal contract opportunities for women-owned businesses. NAWBO believes that this proposed rule lacks any acknowledgment of the strength of the more than 10.4 million women business owners within the United States today. Instead, these rules gut the more than decade-old Congressional mandate designed to ensure that women business owners have access to five percent of federal contract spending.

    Read More

  • NAWBO Criticizes SBA's Proposed Rules on Set-Aside Program

    (McLean, VA, January 1, 2007) — The National Association of Women Business Owners® (NAWBO®) joined other women business leaders in criticizing the proposed rules issued by the Small Business Administration (SBA) last week that were supposed to assist women owned small businesses in obtaining their fair share of federal contract dollars. Read the proposed rules.

    Read More


Subscribe to Press Releases