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IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday December 21, 2012
MBRT Calls on Nation's Leaders to Fix the Fiscal Crisis and Urges America's CEOs to get Engaged to Increase Small Business Goals in Next Congress
Washington, D.C. - “CEOs of America’s small, minority and women companies need to become engaged to urge our Leaders in Washington to avert a fiscal crisis. This means a balanced approach to federal cuts and fairer taxes while being pro growth and investing in long term competitive viability,” said Roger A. Campos, President & CEO. “An increase of just two percent of the government’s $600 billion annual spend will add $12 billion in contracts creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs across America. It will not cost the taxpayer one extra dime. We need a new strategy that embraces Small Business First and offers entrepreneurs real opportunities for economic growth.”
This is a national call to action for CEOs to urge Representatives in Congress and President Obama to fix the fiscal crisis and support America’s small and minority businesses by increasing the contracting and subcontracting goals and reforming the acquisition process which is impacting their ability to compete for government contracts.
About the Minority Business RoundTable:
The Minority Business RoundTable is the only national non-profit organization for CEOs of the nation's leading African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American and other minority-owned businesses. Its members analyze and help formulate effective public policies that impact minority-owned business. Our corporate members work to create sustainable communities and national economic viability through successful partnerships.
The Minority Business RoundTable is proud to have Johnson & Johnson, National Cable & Telecommunications Association, Glaxco Smith Kline, Equifax, the Allegis Group and Aerotek, Inc., IMPAC Real Estate Holdings, the Business Roundtable, an association of chief executive officers of the country’s leading corporations, the Small Business Administration, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Energy, Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency and other federal agencies, corporations and business trade groups as strategic partners. For more information on the Minority Business RoundTable, please visit www.mbrt.net.
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