Thursday, February 12, 2015

Stennis Space Center Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Industry Day

On February 3, 2015, NASA’s Office of Small Business Programs concluded another successful Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Industry Day event hosted by the Stennis Space Center. 

      A look at SSC during the SDVOSB Industry Day
Presenting NASA FY14 Small Business Prime Metrics
From the left: Robert S. Harris, SSC Procurement Officer receiving the Small Business Champion recognition, Robert E. Watts, SSC Small Business Specialist, receiving FY14 SBS of the Year and Stennis Space Center Director Dr. Richard Gilbrech

Networking with Gwen Johnson, Socioeconomic Business Programs Manager Parsons

With over 300 attendees at the INFINITY Space Center, the Industry Day offered numerous opportunities for SDVOSB owners and representatives to network with government procurement decision makers, other large and small businesses and current NASA prime contractors. Despite the event title, the attendees included more than two hundred representatives from not only Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, but also Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, Women-Owned Small Businesses, and HUBZone Businesses.

I look forward to the future where the relationships that were made at this event lead to contracts. We look forward to seeing you at our HUBZone Industry Day at Johnson Space Center on August 11, 2015.


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