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“The WOSB Advantage” – A Guide to the Women Owned Small Business Online Training Program

“The WOSB Advantage”– A Guide to the Women Owned Small Business Program is an online training program developed by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and featured both in SBA's Government Contracting Classroom (www.sba.gov/gcclassroom) and on SBA's Women Owned Businesses webpage (http://www.sba.gov/content/women-owned-businesses).

The self-paced online module, which runs about 22 minutes, is designed to encourage and help women entrepreneurs take advantage of the new Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Program. It includes a comprehensive overview of the program; instructions on how to self-certify or engage a third party certifier; and, an extensive menu of resources, including live links to all applicable forms and websites.

“The WOSB Advantage” is one of several training courses featured in the Government Contracting Classroom and is designed to help increase contract opportunities for women owned small businesses.

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