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  • May - 2017
    24

    VENDOR FAIR

    A representative from the Business Enterprise Program will be present to distribute information on the certification process, and to discuss the benefits and advantages of becoming certified to do business with the State of Illinois.
  • May - 2017
    24

    Asian-American Employment Plan Advisory Council Meeting

    The Asian-American Employment Plan Advisory Council is hereby created to examine: (1) the prevalence and impact of Asian-Americans employed by State government; (2) the barriers faced by Asian-Americans who seek employment or promotional opportunities in State government; and (3) possible incentives that could be offered to foster the employment of and the promotion of Asian-Americans in State government. The Council shall meet quarterly to provide consultation to State agencies and the Asian-American Employment Coordinator. The Asian-American Employment Plan Advisory Council shall receive administrative support from the Department of Central Management Services and shall issue an annual report of its activities each year on or before February 1, beginning with February 1, 2012.
  • May - 2017
    25

    Memorial Day Veterans Hiring and Resource Fair

    Hosted by: Jesse Brown Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Chicago Workforce
     
    Visit the CMS booth: A representative from the Illinois Department of Central Management Services - Bureau of Personnel, Diversity Enrichment Program will be available to provide information regarding the State Employment Application Process, Veterans Preference and other services available to individuals interested in applying for State Employment.
  • Jun - 2017
    14

    PARTNERING WITH OUR VETERAN BUSINESSES

    A representative from the Business Enterprise Program will be present to distribute information on the certification process, and to discuss the benefits and advantages of becoming certified to do business with the State of Illinois.
  • Jun - 2017
    19

    BEP Certification Training Hosted by the IL PTAC at Bradley University

    A representative from the Business Enterprise Program will be presenting on the certification process, its benefits and advantages and will be available to distribute information on how to get certified to do business with the State of Illinois.
  • Jun - 2017
    24

    Small Business Center on the Road

    A representative from the Business Enterprise Program will be present to distribute information on the certification process, and available to discuss the benefits and advantages of becoming certified to do business with the State of Illinois.
  • Jun - 2017
    26

    Business Enterprise Program Council Meeting

    Hosted by: Illinois Department of Central Management Services - Business Enterprise Program The Business Enterprise Program (BEP) Council is established to help implement, monitor and enforce the goals of the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Females and Persons with Disabilities Act. The BEP Council is composed of the Secretary of Human Services and the Directors of the Department of Human Rights, the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, the Department of Central Management Services, the Department of Transportation and the Capital Development Board, or their duly appointed representatives. Ten individuals representing businesses that are minority or female owned or owned by persons with disabilities, two individuals representing the business community, and one representative of public universities shall be appointed by the Governor. BEP Council meetings are open to the public at NO COST
  • Aug - 2017
    28

    Business Enterprise Program Council Meeting

    Hosted by: Illinois Department of Central Management Services - Business Enterprise Program The Business Enterprise Program (BEP) Council is established to help implement, monitor and enforce the goals of the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Females and Persons with Disabilities Act. The BEP Council is composed of the Secretary of Human Services and the Directors of the Department of Human Rights, the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, the Department of Central Management Services, the Department of Transportation and the Capital Development Board, or their duly appointed representatives. Ten individuals representing businesses that are minority or female owned or owned by persons with disabilities, two individuals representing the business community, and one representative of public universities shall be appointed by the Governor. BEP Council meetings are open to the public at NO COST
  • Oct - 2017
    23

    Business Enterprise Program Council Meeting

    Hosted by: Illinois Department of Central Management Services - Business Enterprise Program The Business Enterprise Program (BEP) Council is established to help implement, monitor and enforce the goals of the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Females and Persons with Disabilities Act. The BEP Council is composed of the Secretary of Human Services and the Directors of the Department of Human Rights, the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, the Department of Central Management Services, the Department of Transportation and the Capital Development Board, or their duly appointed representatives. Ten individuals representing businesses that are minority or female owned or owned by persons with disabilities, two individuals representing the business community, and one representative of public universities shall be appointed by the Governor. BEP Council meetings are open to the public at NO COST
  • Dec - 2017
    26

    Business Enterprise Program Council Meeting

    Hosted by: Illinois Department of Central Management Services - Business Enterprise Program The Business Enterprise Program (BEP) Council is established to help implement, monitor and enforce the goals of the Business Enterprise for Minorities, Females and Persons with Disabilities Act. The BEP Council is composed of the Secretary of Human Services and the Directors of the Department of Human Rights, the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, the Department of Central Management Services, the Department of Transportation and the Capital Development Board, or their duly appointed representatives. Ten individuals representing businesses that are minority or female owned or owned by persons with disabilities, two individuals representing the business community, and one representative of public universities shall be appointed by the Governor. BEP Council meetings are open to the public at NO COST