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Partners for this event include: The Arkansas District Office of the U. Small Business Administration (SBA), Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center (ASBTDC), Arkansas Procurement Technical Assistance Center (APTAC), Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce, Urban League of Arkansas, US Corps of Engineers-Little Rock District, Arkansas Office of State Procurement, Windstream.
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Little Rock has been awarded a 6,000 grant that will allow the city to hire 25 temporary workers to assist with cleanup after flooding on the Arkansas River earlier this summer.
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