Many government projects, and almost all construction projects, require “surety bonding”. Surety bonding means that the contractor must be bonded for the amount of the proj¬ect and is intended to protect the government agency as well as any subcontractors or suppliers. If you are involved in government contracting you should at least understand the surety bonding process and this workshop will give you an overview of the bonding process and insight into best practice when it comes to the three most common types of bonding: bid bonds, payment bonds, and performance bonds.
Speaker(s): Presented by Tom Wurth, Vice President, Unique Surety Bonding & Insurance
Fee: $ 30.00
To register visist: www.sbdcorlando.com/training