Events and seminars

Workshop to examine local, state government

Businesses will have the opportunity to learn basic principles they need to know to do business with local, state and federal governments in a free workshop from 10 a.m. to noon, Nov. 22, Clinton County Economic Partnership office, 212 N. Jay St., Lock Haven, conducted by SEDA-Council of Governments Procurement Technical Assistance Center staff.

Topics include: How the government buys goods and services, certifications and registrations necessary to sell to local, state and federal governments, how government agencies advertise their opportunities, locating subcontracting opportunities with government “prime” contractors and understanding the sales process

Cosponsors are the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, the Lock Haven University Small Business Development Center, and the Innovative Manufacturers’ Center.

Registration is required and can be completed online at For more information, contact SEDA-COG’s Kristen Moyer at 570-524-4491 or

SEDA-COG’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center helps companies explore and compete in the local, state and federal government marketplace. For more information about the SEDA-COG Procurement Technical Assistance Center, visit