The American Recovery Investment Plan, An Inside Track
S P E C I A L P R E S E N T A T I O N
Washington, D.C. — February 6, 2009 — Today NSI participated in a webcast presentation, “The American Recovery Investment Plan, An Inside Track.” The webcast provided a forum to business leaders that have an interest in understanding what to expect from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan, what to prepare for, and how to best leverage the opportunities at the state and local levels.
Tim Onoff, President of NSI and Michael Balsam, Onvia Chief Solutions Officer co-presented the webcast to business leaders across a multitude of industry sectors including construction, technology, electronics, communications, health care, banking, manufacturing, commercial developers, transportation, engineering and others that the stimulus will impact.
“More than 90 percent of the investment will be directed toward state and local governments to launch government projects that will stimulate the economy and create jobs,” said Tim Onoff, President of NSI. “We have focused all of our attention on helping our clients create growth and jobs through the stimulus through understanding the business opportunities that will present themselves and developing a strategy and plan for selling into the state and local governments. Businesses across all industry sectors should be evaluating and preparing for the contracts right now if they want to participate.”
“As a result of the work NSI has been doing for clients, NSI recently launched their Stimulus Opportunity Roadmap service, a customized analysis that helps businesses assess their opportunities and provides a strategic plan for leveraging the stimulus projects. NSI’s proprietary database provides access to information on over 20,000 state and local government projects, with more being added each day. For more information about the Stimulus Opportunity Roadmap service and how it can help your business.
For more information, please contact Heather Sabharwal at email@example.com or 202-349-7016.
Posted on Fri, February 6, 2009
by Heather Sabharwal