2012.09.24 > For Immediate Release
contact: Jason Bousquet - NBDC
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NBDC Announces New Government Contracting Counselor in Lincoln
Omaha - The Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC), a department of the University of Nebraska at Omaha's (UNO) College of Business Administration, has announced the appointment of Jason Bosquet as the new procurement technical assistance counselor for Lancaster, York, Seward and Saline counties.
Bousquet will fill the position left by Kate Carlin who left for a position with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Bosquet will help companies and organizations qualify for, bid and win government contracts and grants.
“This is prime time for companies to develop a bidding strategy for the next fiscal year and I’m ready to help them succeed,” Bosquet said of the quickly approaching end to the governmental fiscal year.
Bosquet added that he will stress market research and marketing strategies to increase win rates for companies in Lancaster, York, Seward and Saline counties.
Bosquet has been with NBDC since 2010 and was previously the coordinator of NBDC’s Veterans Assistance and Services Program. He had served for 11 years in the U.S. Air Force on active duty before transitioning to the Air Force Reserves where he continues to serve with U.S. Strategic Command. He recently returned from military leave of absence while serving in the Middle East.
NBDC offers government contracting counseling as a free service with the ultimate goal of bringing federal and state contracting dollars to Nebraska for the security and growth of its economy. This service is part of a wide array of services to Nebraska businesses relating to financial management, business development, operations improvement and technology commercialization.
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