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Women and Diversity (WOW) Facts 2003 Event

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Event: Women and Diversity (WOW) Facts 2003 Event

Subject Description: Women and Diversity (WOW) Facts 2003 launch event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.c., where Secretary Mel Martinez received the WOW Award for HUD's awarding 44% of its contract dollars to women-owned businesses during Fiscal Year 2003.

Creator: David Valdez--HUD
207-DP-8644 - Women and Diversity (WOW) Facts 2003 Event

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01/05/2003
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