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Earth Tech wins award

Posted on May 19, 2008

 

Long Beach, Calif.-based Earth Tech Inc.-- provider of consulting, engineering and construction services -- received the Frances Perkins Vanguard Award for excellence in the utilization of women-owned small businesses as prime contractors and subcontractors.


Presented to the company at the recent Small Business Administration Expo in Washington, D.C., during National Small Business Week, Earth Tech won the award for its exemplary utilization of women-owned small businesses in the work it performs under various contracts for the US Federal government.

Nominations were judged with respect to increasing participation of women-owned small businesses in the Federal marketplace. The criteria used in judging, included leadership, advocacy, innovation and implementation.


All the winners of awards were also invited to the White House to hear “The President’s Remarks on National Small Business Week.”

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