An important highlight in the history of women in government contracting was recently celebrated in Silver Spring. The event was for women business owners from across the District of Columbia-Maryland-Virginia […]
In today’s business landscape, consumer choices are becoming more influenced by ethical considerations. Adopting and promoting ethical business is a moral imperative and a strategic advantage. At Better Business Bureau, […]
Here’s why the FCC built a monitoring station in what is now known as Columbia.
Are we being set up for state tax increases to fund transportation?
That’s the question that came to mind after Maryland Transportation Secretary Paul Wiedefeld announced that the state would need to cut highway and transit projects by 8%, as well as state aid for county roads to compensate for a projected $3.3 billion deficit in the state Transportation Trust Fund in coming years.
Who from Howard or Anne Arundel counties will represent us in Congress? It’s been decades since anyone who actually lived here represented us on Capitol Hill. Digital edition This item […]
As the new year approaches, businesses are gearing up to set the stage for success in the coming months. The BBB of Greater Maryland understands the importance of starting the […]
The Department of Defense recently issued a proposed rule to amend the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement and implement a section of the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 2023. […]
As the year comes to a close, we’d like to thank our Central Maryland Chamber members for their support and engagement in 2023. We’re looking forward to a bright and […]
In early October, I announced that I was leaving the Howard County Chamber after nearly nine years to return to my home state of Georgia to become President of the […]
Many of America’s small business owners are, simply put, worried. These entrepreneurs, who employ nearly half of all U.S. private sector workers, are worried about the still looming government shutdown, […]