Legislature gives $700k to boost East Bremerton

Josh Farley, The Kitsap Sun EAST BREMERTON — What will East Bremerton look like once Harrison Medical Center is gone? City officials will attempt to answer that question with a boost from the Legislature’s supplemental budget, approved last week. The city will get $450,000 to study the Highway 303 corridor through East Bremerton and another $280,000 to create a strategic plan for the area around the Cherry […] Read more »

Four-year early childhood degree to be offered in Kitsap

Chris Henry, The Kitsap Sun Money for a new four-year degree in early childhood education was included in the state’s recently approved supplemental budget. The high-demand degree program will be offered through Western Washington University in collaboration with Olympic College. The budget allocates $700,000 for the program, which is expected to grant 75 bachelor degrees annually once it is up and running. Read more>> Read more »

Biz Opps: WA ESD seeking 14,893SF BOMA office space in Silverdale

Current solicitation documents on the state website (https://fortress.wa.gov/ga/webs/) – you will need to register to be notified of updates and amendments. City Silverdale, WA General Area of Consideration Silverdale Urban Growth Area Preferred Area Silverdale Space Type Office Approx. Rentable Square Feet 14,893 BOMA Rentable Square Feet (RSF) Please indicate your ability to adjust the proposed space down to as low as 12,500 RSF. Parking […] Read more »

The Greater Seattle Tech Ecosystem – The Rising Tide of Kitsap

Written by Brett Eddy, Eddy Digital  Used with permission (click here for more from Eddy Digital) We live in remarkable days. Technology is empowering villages across the world with opportunity, connecting loved ones countries away through high-def internet video conferencing (for free!), and even powering whole islands through the power of the sun.  Youtube offers hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of videos on every training topic imaginable – all free […] Read more »

Interested in working for DoD? Step-by-step to get you started!

Are you a small business interested in working for DoD? Pursuing DoD contracts is not for everyone; it requires patience, persistence and an in-depth understanding of federal acquisition rules. It typically takes at least 18 months of planning before a government contractor wins their first contract. Plan to invest significant time and resources becoming procurement ready, identifying potential opportunities, marketing to potential clients, developing proposals, […] Read more »