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2015 National Small Business Contracting Summit - DC Summer Conference

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Date: Thursday, July 9, 2015
Start Time: 8:00 AM EST
End Time: 4:00 PM EST

Location: Embassy Suites Washington D.C. 
900 10th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Ph:  202-739-2001
Sleeping Rooms: $199 / Code NSB

Metro Center Metro Station | Directions
Fees: Register Now
Business Member - $95
NASBC Supplier Council Member - $65
Registrant - $165
Member Plus - $65
Board of Experts - $0
Association Partner - $0
Association Member - $0
Resource Partner - $0
Govt Supporting Member - $0
Government Member - $0
Prime Contr Sup Mbr - $0
Prime Contractor Mbr - $0
Leadership Team - $65

Sponsorship Options: Register Now
Gold - $1,000
Includes Full Page Ad in Meeting Program, 6' Display Table, and 2 Attendees
Silver - $750
Includes 1/2 Page Ad in Meeting Program, 2 Attendees
Bronze - $500
Includes 1/4 Page Ad and 1 Attendee

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Region: National
Network: Industries, Manage & Grow Your Business, NASBC Gov't Contracting Supplier Council, Policy & Politics
Category: Growth & Leadership, Marketing & Sales, Legal, Industries, Government Contracting, Federal Gov't Agencies
Tags: Federal, government, contracting, small business, agencies, prime contractors, opportunities

Join us for the 2015 National Small Business Contracting Summit - DC Summer Conference presented jointly by the American Small Business Chamber of Commerce and the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce being held in Washington DC.

This popular event boasts a robust agenda that includes: 

  • Increased focus on assuring small business federal contractors secure our fair share of federal contracting (taxpayer) dollars
  • Access to federal agencies and prime contractors (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the list of agencies and prime contractors who have been invited)
  • Timely education and information on current trends, opportunities and threats to small business contractors
  • Legal education important for teaming, joint ventures and related topics
  • Connections to potential teaming and joint venture partners
  • Taking new ground - setting a course for the future with specific FY 2015 objectives
  • Influence on The Hill -- connecting votes to action for our congressional leaders


July 9, 2015

7:45 am

Registration & Networking (Coffee Available)


Cris Young, President, American Small Business Chamber of Commerce
Margot Dorfman, CEO, U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce & VP of Govt Relations, ASBCC


US Department of Treasury Opportunities Brief
Rhonda Trent, Small Business Specialist, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency 


Marketing your GSA Schedule to Capture 4th Quarter Contracts 
Judith Stackhouse – Jordan, General Services Administration, NCR - Office of Small Business Utilization 





Presenting Your Company to Get the Business

    Jacquline Fogg, Project Manager , Tetra Tech
   David Casella, Director, Contracts and Legal, Tetra Tech 
   Jessica West, Director of Business Development and    Marketing, Tetra Tech  


 Department of Justice Opportunities Brief
 Robert Connolly, Director, OSDBU 


Competition and the Criminal Law: What Small Businesses Need to Know 
Mary N. Strimel, Chief, Washington Criminal II Section, Antitrust Division, USDOJ 


Lunch (on your own)


One-on-One Agency / Prime Meetings*



Agencies / Primes invited and previously participating include - confirmed in BOLD:
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
Federal Reserve Board
General Services Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
U.S. Agency for International Development: Professional Services
U.S. Dept of Agriculture: Construction, Professional Services, IT
         Farm Services Agency
         Agricultural Marketing Service
         Forest Service
         Office of Inspector General
U.S. Dept of the Army: All
         U. S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
 U.S. Dept of Commerce
 U.S. Dept of Education: Professional Services
U.S. Dept of Energy
U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
U.S. Dept of Homeland Security         
U.S. Dept of Justice
        Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives
U.S. Dept of Labor: Construction, Professional Services, IT
U.S. Dept of State: Construction, Professional Services, IT
U.S. Dept of the Treasury
Office of the Comptroller of Currency: 541519, 541611, 541513, 541310, 524210, 541512, 518210, 541690, 511210, 541618, 531210  
        Bureau of Engraving & Printing   
U.S. Dept of the Air Force: All
       Air Force District of Washington/Joint Base Andrews
      11th Contracting Squadron/Joint Base Andrews

U.S. Dept of the Interior: All
           Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
          National Park Service
U.S. Dept of the Navy     
U.S. Dept of Transportation – Construction, Professional Services, IT 
-Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 
U.S. Postal Service
Veterans Affairs
Washington Headquarters Services: Construction, Professional Services, IT
Accenture Federal Services

All Native Group
APTIMA - Professional Services, IT
BAE Systems
Johnson Controls
Northrop Grumman
Southern Research

Tetra Tech
Washington DC
WMATA - Washington Metro Area Transit Authority

*One-on-one Matchmaking 
At the start of the session, Agencies / Primes will introduce themselves. You then meet with any of the agencies/primes in which you have interest in doing business. There are no sign up sheets  or bells and whistles. You are allowed 5 minutes - or longer if there is no line behind you. If you are patient, you will have the opportunity to meet with everyone. Make sure to bring your one-page capabilities statement and business cards that include your information.

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