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Chenega MIOS Sponsors National Veteran Small Business Coalition’s Virtual Vets 20

Chenega MIOS Sponsors National Veteran Small Business Coalition’s Virtual Vets 20

Chenega MIOS is proud to sponsor the National Veteran Small Business Coalition’s Virtual Veteran Entrepreneur Training Symposium 2020 (V-VETS’20). The training symposium is a 13-part webinar series held every Tuesday starting on July 7th, running through September 29th from 1:00 to 2:00 pm EST.

V-VETS’20 will feature speakers from senior-level acquisition leaders, professionals from the services industry and experts within the federal marketplace and provide you with the information you need to navigate the Federal acquisition process – from the government perspective as well as from industry experts!

Speakers include:

  • Ms. Amy Murray, Director, U.S. Department of Defense Small Business Programs
  • Ms. Maria Panichelli, Esq. Partner and Chair of the Government Contracting Practice Group, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP
  • Ms. Kimberly D. Buehler, Director, U.S. Department of Army Office of Small Business Programs

For a full list of webinar topics and how to register, follow the buttons below.

As a 2020 Military Friendly Gold Employer and Military Spouse Employer, Chenega MIOS is proud to support our Nation’s heroes on and off the battlefield. Chenega places an emphasis on hiring veterans and is always looking for Small Disadvantaged Veteran Owned Businesses to partner with on future opportunities. If you are a veteran seeking employment or potential partnership please reach out to us via our contact page today!

About National Veteran Small Business Coalition

The National Veteran Small Business Coalition (NVSBC) is the largest non-profit trade association in the country representing veteran- and service-disabled, veteran-owned small business (VOSB and SDVOSB) in the Federal marketplace. NVSBC works to ensure that veteran small businesses are given first consideration for federal prime and subcontract procurement opportunities. Learn more at https://www.nvsbc.org/

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