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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (VA OSDBU) is in need of a of Volunteers (18 and older) to assist with the 2015 National Veteran Small Business Engagement event, to be held from November... Read more
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (VA OSDBU) is in need of a of Volunteers (18 and older) to assist with the 2015 National Veteran Small Business Engagement event, to be held from November 17-19, 2015. This event will draw an estimated 4,000 people to Pittsburgh, PA, the David Lawrence Convention Center and eight designated NVSBE Hotels holding group room blocks.
About the NVSBE: The Department of Veterans Affairs will host the National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE) in collaboration with federal agencies and commercial partners. NVSBE is the VA’s largest nationwide annual event designed to assist Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSB) and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses maximize opportunities in the Federal and commercial marketplace, and successfully compete for and win small business contracts. For more information about the "Engagement" go to www.nvsbe.com.
by Vanessa B. from Washington, DC
(Administrator for this Organization)(2015-10-15 10:04:05.0)
2014 NVSBE Wrap-Up
Over 3000 attendees joined the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for its 2014 National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE) in Atlanta, December 9-11. Every moment of NVSBE was packed with energy, inspiration, networking–and most importantly, access. Building on the event theme, access, attendees gained from the unprecedented level of engagement with government agencies and commercial corporations that will foster business success throughout the future.
NVSBE activities connected attendees to acquisition and contracting specialists, enabling them to learn about opportunities, discuss their capabilities, and build relationships with potential clients and business partners. The Engagement also included access to more than 25 large commercial companies with robust supplier diversity programs and a commitment to the Veteran small business community.