Public Procurement

KoBE West Chapter’s Government Contracting Seminar for Korean Businessmen
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CNJ hosted the 2nd KoBE government contracting seminar at Fullerton Community Center on November 18, 2017 for Korean small business persons. The keynote speaker, William Osgood, delivered a vivid speech on how to be successfully create a business with the governments at all levels, in particular, with the US Department of Defense. Korean businessmen doing business in the US market are seriously willing to do business with the public sector, and yet they may be lack of supportive critical mass to accomplish it. CNJ’s core business is going for those who are interested in doing this business. We all know…

How to Do YOUR Business with the US Government?

How to Do Business with the US Government_CNJ_English_2017 Doing business with the US government is not an easy matter but more than just a reward. Think about the Eligibility and Capability of your business in the context of highly competitive markets such as the US government at all levels – Federal, State, and Local (County or City). You need something with which you can fight against your competitors. Those may be your minority status, disadvantaged business status, your business location, and so forth. You can utilize your business status by getting the programs offered by the government. CNJ is here…

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The 1st Governmental Procurement Seminar in Korean

The first public procurement seminar in Los Angeles, CA, hosted by KoBE Government Contracting Alliance and managed by CNJ Institute of Business Infrastructure Development is held on the 14th of October, 2016 at JJ Grand Hotel (620 S Harvard Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90005). For more information, please refer to the document attached. Thanks for your attention and support. For Koreans, please visit

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Tips For Foreign Companies Eyeing US Government Contracts

Tips For Foreign Companies Eyeing US Gov’t Contracts By Elaine Meyer Law360 Foreign companies looking to win a prized contract with the U.S. government have many reasons to be intimidated, including bulky regulations that govern the contracting process and disadvantageous trade preferences. Such barriers, combined with an increasing political sentiment that favors American companies could make even the most talented foreign competitor think twice about dipping its toes in the U.S. federal government contracts pool, which was worth $220 billion in 2016. But government contracts lawyers say the barriers are surmountable, and a company committed to learning and understanding the…

Fortune 500 Diversity Procurement

Fortune 500 Diversity Procurement (imported from Since the early 1950s, companies that supply the Federal government with goods and services have been required by law to have a supplier diversity program or initiative and to appoint a supplier diversity professional to manage the program. While these efforts typically began as token initiatives to meet the regulatory requirements, many large American companies have now developed world-class programs that provide substantial opportunity to historically under-represented groups and businesses. Unfortunately, there has been a distressing tendency in recent years for big corporations to measure the success of their supplier diversity programs by…