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VISION:  Create a culture that looks to small businesses first for innovative, agile, and affordable solutions to meet our warfighter needs.

MISSION:  To maximize small business opportunities within Air Force acquisitions, thereby (a) promoting efficiencies and innovation, (b) fostering competition, and (c) expanding the defense industrial base.

 

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This system is an automated email system that will allow us to efficiently and effectively answer questions you may have. Inquiries can be sent to answerdesk@airforcesmallbiz.org

What's New

 

USAF Small Business Spend By State

Click here to see what the Air Force obligated by state for small businesses.

SAM UPDATE

There are delays to invoice payments due to Electronic Fund Transfer restrictions for new or renewing SAM accounts that are awaiting processing of a notarized letter in response to the recent SAM cyber hack. Additional details can be found HERE

 


MIBP - DoD Procurement Forecasts

The Public DoD forecasting site should provide the full range of Air Force forecasted (1, 2, and 3-years) product and service requirements with an anticipated total awarded value (including options) greater than $5M per contract action regardless of funding appropriation (construction, FMS, services, etc.), based on the best information available. Visit the site HERE

 

AFWERX DC

The Air Force and VT-ARC have collaborated to launch the AFWERX DC Hub. AFWERX DC serves as the key link between the Vegas Innovation Hub and AFWERX Corporate in the Pentagon

AFWERX Vegas

The mission of AFWERX Vegas is to serve the needs of the Air Force by addressing tough challenges. We are a dynamic, tech-curious, committed to scouting and designing innovative solutions to benefit the Air Force

SB Guide for the Facility Clearance Process

What is a Facility Clearance (FCL)? Who can Sponsor a Facility Clearance ? Considering a Joint Venture(JV)? All these questions and more can be answered in the Defense Security Service (DSS) Small Business Guide Facility Clearance Process

 


Small Business Programs


SBIR

DoD’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program invests more than $1 billion each year in small business technology.


WOSB

The Air Force Office of Small Business Programs is committed to providing the most effective and innovative methods of assistance to meet the needs of Women-Owned Small Businesses.
 

MENTOR PROTEGE
           
Eligible small businesses have the ability to develop their qualifications and ability to compete for prime contracts and subcontract awards by partnering with large businesses.

HUBZONE

Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) is an economically distressed area as determined by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

8(a)

A small disadvantaged business is a small firm owned by one or more individuals who are socially and economically disadvantaged.

VOSB

The Air Force Office of Small Business Programs recognizes that U.S. military veterans have provided invaluable service to the nation in times of peace and war.

          

Locate A Small Business Specialist

  Our Small Business Professionals have direct relationships with major commands and bases throughout the country and possess the expertise to help your company identify and respond to every type of procurement opportunity the Air Force offers. You can find all small business specialists on our Locate a Small Business Specialist page by clicking HERE
 

Events

DLA Land & Maritime Supplier Conference & Exposition
Start Date/Time:
Thursday, July 19, 2018 7:40 AM
End Date/Time:
Friday, July 20, 2018 4:00 PM
Recurring Event:
One time event
Importance:
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Description:

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IMPROVING WARFIGHTER READINESS

DLA Land and Maritime Supplier Conference & Exposition is a two-day event hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) and DLA Land and Maritime to provide a forum for current and potential vendors to discuss future logistics support strategies, challenges and to streamline efforts to better support the Warfighter.  The conference will be in Columbus, OH at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, June 19-20, 2018.

 
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WHY ATTEND?

This year’s theme “Improving Warfighter Readiness by Improving Industry Alliances and Reforming Business Processes” speaks to the Secretary of Defense’s priorities to Restore Military Readiness as we Build a more Lethal Force, Strengthen Alliances and Attract New Partners and bring Business Reforms to the Department of Defense.  DLA’s business model is evolving from a primarily transactional model to one that values long-term relationships. To help advance our evolution, DLA is executing an active Industry Engagement Plan that fosters innovation through research and development that fully supports the Secretary’s effort. Improving Alliances and Reforming Business Processes expands opportunity for all businesses, invites smarter and innovative ways of doing business and creates greater synergy with our service partners and industry to best support the Warfighter.

DLA welcomes new businesses that want to join the team and those businesses that have been working with us for years. Our shared conference goal is improving alliances and reforming business processes to continually improve Warfighter readiness. 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

LTG Darrell Williams, USA VADM Thomas Moore, USN LTG Edward Daly, USA
Brig Gen John Kubinec, USAF Dr. James Galvin John Johns

 


 

The NDIA has a policy of strict compliance with federal and state antitrust laws. The antitrust laws prohibit competitors from engaging in actions that could result in an unreasonable restraint of trade. Consequently, NDIA members must avoid discussing certain topics when they are together – both at formal association membership, board, committee, and other meetings and in informal contacts with other industry members: prices, fees, rates, profit margins, or other terms or conditions of sale (including allowances, credit terms, and warranties); allocation of markets or customers or division of territories; or refusals to deal with or boycotts of suppliers, customers or other third parties, or topics that may lead participants not to deal with a particular supplier, customer or third party. 

Contact

Kimberly Williams 
703-247-2578
kwilliams@ndia.org

Owned by Jeffery.Thatcher On Tuesday, July 03, 2018