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Tribes get lesson in bidding for federal money

6:50 PM, Jan. 29, 2013
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Government contracts for tribal and Indian-owned businesses mean "real money, real jobs and real food on the table."

That was the message out of the second annual "Building Your Capacity with Federal Contracts" conference Tuesday at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, which drew nearly 100 tribal representatives from Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan to learn about how to vie for those contracts.

The conference was hosted by First American Capital Corp.-Procurement Technical Assistance Center (FACC-PTAC) and the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. FACC-PTAC provides technical ...

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