Events

BONDING 101 SEMINAR October 2013

[ October 16, 2013; ] Make a difference for your business today! Start utilizing this program to capitalize on opportunities that you may have let pass you by previously.  Our free seminar is designed to help further enhance you and your business to meet and exceed new goals. The City & County of San Francisco has a Bid & Contract Opportunity Newsletter online to inform [...] read more

Procurement

RFPs & Contracting Opportunities

• DPW Contracting Opportunities The Department of Public Works (DPW) announced the launch of a one-stop shop on its website that will make it easier for contractors to search for contracts, bid on projects, find project information, access documentation and track their payments for DPW’s construction projects and professional services. Please click here for details. • [...] read more

Business

BONDING 101 SEMINAR October 2013

[ October 16, 2013; ] Make a difference for your business today! Start utilizing this program to capitalize on opportunities that you may have let pass you by previously.  Our free seminar is designed to help further enhance you and your business to meet and exceed new goals. The City & County of San Francisco has a Bid & Contract Opportunity Newsletter online to inform [...] read more

Technology

Internet_Hosts

Finding an Affordable Hosting Plan

Image via Wikipedia Amongst the wide variety of hosting sites jamming the market these days, Shared Hosting still remains the most reliable and affordable hosting solution. This article will help you understand why shared web hosting would be a great choice for your business. Web Hosting If you own a small business or are just starting-out, it is [...] read more

Jobs

Teens, Looking for an After School Job?

Workreation is a youth employment and training program that is an integral part of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department’s mentorship program. This year marks the 54th year of the program. All youth, ages 14-17, who either attend school or live in San Francisco are eligible (18 as long as they are still in [...] read more

Community

Fixing the San Francisco Housing Authority

The City of San Francisco has embarked on an ambitious plan to re-envision the troubled San Francisco Housing Authority. Concerned with the agency’s financial woes and poor organizational management, Mayor Ed Lee launched an inclusive community process to identify strategies that would address the housing authority’s severe financial challenges while still providing high-quality affordable housing [...] read more