Date Posted: Friday, February 27th, 2015
Entrepreneurs and small businesses are a key part of Delaware’s overall economic success. Our supplier diversity community is no exception. It’s why we’re committed to providing them with the supportive environment they need to thrive – and our ongoing efforts reflect that. Executive Order 44, signed last spring, ensures businesses owned by individuals with disabilities and certain small businesses are able to successfully compete for state contracts as certified diverse suppliers.
Governor Markell announced he has nominated Jeffrey J. Clark, a veteran of the United States Army and well-respected attorney with 18 years of legal experience, to serve on the Kent County Superior Court.
Governor Markell announced he has nominated Collins J. (C.J.) Seitz, Jr., a widely respected attorney with more than three decades of legal experience, to serve on the Delaware Supreme Court.
Highlighting Delaware as a model state for providing students with preparation for and access to educational opportunities beyond high school, U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan used the state’s efforts to advocate for President Obama’s America’s College Promise proposal to make community college free.
School districts will have access to programs that prepare high school students to thrive in growing industries under a statewide effort announced by Governor Markell.
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