The power to enter into contracts is in effect for each fiscal year only to the extent and amounts provided in advance in the common law files. After entering into a contract with an applicant under this section, whether in the form of a grant or cooperation agreement, the administration cannot suspend, terminate or renew the contract unless the administration provides the applicant with a written notification setting out the reasons 8 and gives the applicant the opportunity to be heard, appeal or any other administrative procedure within the meaning of Chapter 5 of Title 5. In the absence of renewal or renewal of a contract or cooperation agreement with a company under this section, an estate contract or cooperation agreement is awarded to another company in accordance with this section on a competitive basis. Phone: 215.204.7282 Fax: 215.204.4554 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The New Mexico Small Business Development Center Network (NMSBDC) consists of 20 national centers. Our certified business advisors advise new Mexicans competently and confidentially. The SBDC offers personalized advice, organizes seminars and training, sponsors conferences, informs electronically, personally and by phone and, in general, assists all those seeking advice in the operation of a small business. For a nearby SBDC, visit the NMSBDC website at www.nmsbdc.org. That`s not the case. pub. L. 105-135, 502 (c), inserted at the end: “If a contract or cooperation agreement is not renewed or renewed in this section with a company covered by this section, an estate contract or cooperation agreement is awarded to another entity on a competitive basis, in accordance with this section.” pub.
L. 115-232 add subpar. (U) as part of succession planning for small businesses, with a focus on the transition to co-ops. The New Mexico Small Business Development Center Network (NMSBDC) was established in 1989 through a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of New Mexico, the New Mexico Community College Association and the Association of Independent University Colleges of New Mexico. The NMSDC Network State Office is located on the campus of Santa Fe Community College in Santa Fe, NM. The program offers free business advice and low-cost training for entrepreneurs across the country.