B2Gnow encourages agencies to prepare for influx in funds and the complex compliance, tracking and reporting requirements.
Online PR News – 12-January-2022 – Phoenix, Arizona – President Joe Biden signed into law the 1.2 trillion dollar Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) late last year, which will deliver $550 billion of new federal investments in America's infrastructure over a period of five years. The Bill, promising to reach almost every corner of the country, includes key priority areas such as bridges, ports, rail, roads, technology, safety and more. B2Gnow, the industry leader in powerful diversity, procurement and grant management software that supports economic opportunity for small and diverse businesses, released the following statement on the passing of the bipartisan infrastructure deal:
“This package is a monumental step in not only improving the infrastructure in thousands of communities across the country, but also creating an unprecedented number of opportunities for small and diverse businesses. The time is now for public sector organizations to get prepared for both the influx in funds and the complex compliance, spend tracking, and reporting requirements related to federal dollars,” said Justin Talbot-Stern, CEO of B2Gnow.
“Following the Bill, many public sector agencies we’ve spoken with are now laying the groundwork for building or upgrading their own small, veteran and diverse business programs. Our powerful cloud-based solution empowers these agencies to create a sustainable supplier diversity program, pick and choose which modules work best for them, and accomplish their program objectives while seamlessly automating disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) tracking and mandatory reporting requirements,” continued Talbot-Stern.
In order to address public sector agencies' growing interest in how to get prepared for the Infrastructure Bill as well as how to set-up a successful small and /or diverse business participation plan, B2Gnow is offering complimentary access to seminar materials recently delivered at an Association of Counties convention on the topic of: The Four Keys to Designing and Delivering Sustainable Small, Veteran and Diverse Business Programs. Access the seminar materials here.
Founded in 1999, B2Gnow is the most comprehensive and widely utilized supplier diversity, procurement and grant management software provider in the United States. B2Gnow is leveraged by hundreds of government, education, and private sector organizations that manage over one million vendors on the platform. The B2Gnow cloud-based solution allows organizations to track the participation, utilization and contracting details of disadvantaged businesses, such as minority business enterprises and women businesses enterprises. B2Gnow maintains the single largest database of disadvantaged business entities in North America, helping the federal government, more than half of state governments, and hundreds of counties, cities, airports, and Fortune 500 companies manage their supplier diversity and compliance programs through technology solutions. The modular platform addresses all aspects of supplier management on the diversity and compliance spectrum. For more information visit http://www.b2gnow.com.