NCAIED Helps Navajo Nation Businesses with Government Contracting Process
February 16, 2015 Comments Off on NCAIED Helps Navajo Nation Businesses with Government Contracting Process
Many Navajo- and Indian-owned ventures face challenges finding business opportunities and surviving the bidding process for government contracts. Fortunately, the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development offers workshops that can help Indian-owned businesses win tribal and other government contracts, either as a contractor or a sub-contractor. A recent article suggests just how beneficial NCAIED’s workshops have been for Navajo business and can be for any Indian-owned venture. For more information, see NCAIED’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center, which helps Indian-owned business with the government-contracting process.
James D. Griffith is an Associate Attorney with Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden, PLLC in Flagstaff, Arizona. Jim provides legal services in a variety of areas, including Indian and tribal law, education law, employment matters, and municipal law.