WSSC Director of Small, Local and Minority Business Enterprise Office Featured in MEA Magazine
OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LAUREL, MD – October 31, 2016: Towanda Livingston, Director of WSSC’s Small, Local and Minority Business Enterprise Office is featured in the September/October issue of Minority Enterprise Advocate (MEA) Magazine.
MEA Magazine is a bi-monthly business news publication for small/minority and women entrepreneurs. The objective and mission is to review and address issues and policies as it relates to small/minority business owners domestically and internationally. MEA provides its readers with contracting and procurement news through motivating articles on innovative business techniques and strategies.
The four-page article titled, “WSSC…Where Water Matters and is Strengthened by Diversity!” showcases WSSC’s commitment to supplier diversity and highlights SLMBE’s success and growth over the last 10 years under Livingston’s leadership.
WSSC’s SLMBE program is designed to ensure small, local and minority firms are afforded the opportunity to participate in contracting opportunities in the areas of architecture and engineering, construction, procurement and professional services.
All interested businesses should visit WSSC’s website and register on the WSSC Supplier Portal to view and receive opportunities. Registration is completely FREE. Visit wsscwater.com/SLMBE for more information
Established in 1918, today WSSC is among the largest water and wastewater utilities in the nation. We proudly serve the 1.8 million residents of Prince George’s and Montgomery counties, providing life’s most precious resource. WSSC drinking water has always met or exceeded federal standards.