USAF Small Business Spend By State
Click here to see what the Air Force obligated by state for small businesses.
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
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
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
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
3351 Fairfax Drive, Founders Hall
Arlington, VA 22201
7:45AM – Check-in and Registration for Matchmaking Sessions
Opening Remarks – William H. Booth, Director, Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA)
DHRA 101 – DHRA is a multi-faceted organization with a broad mission-set all around supporting service members and their families, DoD civilians, reservists and veterans. Learn more about what our ten components do and where your services match our needs.
- Contracting Directorate, Headquarters, DHRA
- Tammy J. Proffitt, Director, Office of Small Business Programs, HQ, DHRA
Kick-off Component Opportunity Sessions (note: announce rooms and any particular details of presentation each component wants highlighted)
Break – Register for afternoon matchmaking sessions
9:45AM – Noon - Component Opportunity Sessions
Meet the leadership and program staff to learn about upcoming acquisitions, key programs, current challenges, and strategic direction of DHRA component organizations
1. Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC)
2. Office of People Analytics (OPA)
Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Services (DCPAS)
Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES)
3. Defense Language and National Security Education Office (DLNSEO)
Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO)
4. Sexual Assualt Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO)
Defense Suicide Prevention Office (DSPO)
Defense Personnel and Family Support Center (DPFCS)
10:45pm – 1:00PM – Matchmaking Sessions
Vendors can register for 12 minute sessions with program officials from each component to introduce capabilities and ask questions.
1:00PM- Event concludes
Per DLA Guidelines, No Food or Drink will be served at this event. Places to Eat Near Arlington Campus
Metro access via the Virginia Square stop is less than 2 blocks away.
Parking is available in the Founders Hall garage (enter from Kirkwood Road).
For alternative parking options in the area, view this map or visit http://parkarlington.com/.
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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