Engage & Network
Matchmaking is exclusively for ATI consortia members. If you’re an ATI consortia member and want to participate, shoot us an email at [email protected]
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The CDCA Defense Summit is one of the largest defense-focused events on the East Coast, bringing together more than 1,400 Government, Military, Academia and Industry leaders to spark ideas, innovation, and solutions to our current and future National Defense digital challenges. Through Industry Exhibit Demos, Keynote Addresses, Innovation Spotlights, and High Energy Tech Exchanges, the Summit’s 2021 goal is to provide an opportunity for all representatives to form workforce partnerships which result in achieving a National Defense digital edge that no adversary can match.
Join us for matchmaking with government representatives, large systems integrators and primes in Charleston, SC.
Join us for matchmaking at the Global SOF Foundation Special Air Warfare Symposium — February 22-24, 2022.
More information coming soon!
The goal of the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program is to “foster technology transfer through cooperative R&D between small businesses and research institutions.”
Join us for a panel discussion with Southwest Research Institute, Protection Engineering Consultants and an academic institution as we discuss teaming to win STTRs.
From determining workshare, to initiating teaming discussions to capturing new opportunities, we’ll get real feedback from organizations who have teamed and won STTRs.
Replay Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJqxAY2Wtm0
It’s time to get back in the ring. Glove up!
Sucker Punch: Re-Evaluating Your Supply Chain — AGENDA
8:00: Check-in & Networking
8:30 – 8:45: Introduction
8:45 – 9:15: Know the Ropes: Understanding Cyber Supply Chain Security
9:15 – 9:45: Beat Them to the Punch: Understanding the Threat (What/How is China/Russia thinking)
9:45 – 10:00: Break
10:00 – 10:45: Come out Swinging: What is an SBOM (and Why Do I Need One)?
10:45 – 11:00: Keep your Guard Up: What are My Legal Obligations?
11:00 – 11:05: Break
11:05 – 11:20: Counter Attack: Insurance Options
11:20 – 12:00: The Gloves are off: Keynote
12:15 – 1:00: Networking Lunch
Replay Link: https://youtu.be/OIysVxPGrWI
Register here: https://sam.gov/opp/7fef87617a0b482e846054ae01cc2d92/view
“We fundamentally shape how the Army works with industry to reunite American innovation and national security.” – Army Applications Laboratory
Want to learn more about upcoming solicitations at AAL? Ready to pursue tens of millions of dollars in opportunities over the next 6 months? Think your technology is a good fit for Army’s needs? Join us for a candid conversation with the AAL team Claire Hansen and Brance Hudzietz as we talk opportunities, solutions and the art of the possible.
Join the Small & Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) and DHS for virtual matchmaking sessions with government representatives, large systems integrators and primes.
In order to be eligible to participate in virtual matchmaking sessions, please register for matchmaking via the red button on this page. Once you have created a matchmaking profile, you will be notified of your matchmaking sessions no later than Tuesday, June 22, 2021.
Matches will be facilitated based upon company information you provide in your matchmaking profile and the needs of participating primes and government buyers.
All virtual matchmaking sessions will take place via Microsoft Teams in a web browser. The Microsoft Teams app is not required.
Already a govmates member? No problem – shoot us a note so we can use your existing profile for matchmaking at this event.
Questions? Email us at [email protected]
Join NASA Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) and other agency organizations for virtual matchmaking sessions with government representatives, large systems integrators and primes.
In order to be eligible to participate in virtual matchmaking sessions, please register for matchmaking via the red button on this page. Once you have created a matchmaking profile, you will be notified of your matchmaking sessions no later than Friday, May 21, 2021.
Please note matchmaking sessions are not guaranteed – matches will be facilitated based upon company information you provide in your matchmaking profile and the needs of participating primes and government buyers.
The MEP is helping connect subcontractors with large prime companies and government agencies for virtual matchmaking sessions.
In order to be eligible to participate in virtual matchmaking sessions, please register for matchmaking via the red button on this page.
Once you have created a matchmaking profile, you will be notified of your matchmaking sessions no later than Monday, April 12.
Supplier Matchmaking with the DOD
CIRAS is helping connect subcontractors with large prime companies and government agencies for virtual matchmaking sessions.
Once you have created a matchmaking profile, you will be notified of your matchmaking sessions no later than Monday, April 5.
In addition to 1:1 matchmaking sessions, we are facilitating a networking session for companies to meet each other (much like you would at a conference) in hopes of facilitating teaming. The networking session will run from 9:30 – 11:30 CST. Feel free to drop in and introduce yourself and your company. We’ll have moderators on hand to remind participants of the times for 1:1 matchmaking and answer any
questions you may have.
Center for Industrial Research & Service (CIRAS) Virtual Matchmaking Event
Bidding on Polaris? Come learn the latest on GSA’s IDIQ coming out later this month to prepare for your solicitation response. We’ll talk strategies as it pertains to compliance, pricing and teaming.
“GSA Small Business GWACs provide customer agencies an efficient way to access highly qualified small business information technology (IT) service providers. For Polaris, GSA is looking to expand the industry partner base, provide greater access to emerging technologies, simplify proposal submission requirements and improve the overall customer experience.”
– General Services Administration
Capital is the lifeblood of the business community. In the government contracting world, the mission-critical nature of our work and the rhythm of large contract awards only amplifies the need to have access to capital.
Financial institutions should serve as true partners for your business. Finding a banker, equity sponsor or lender who speaks our “govcon” language is important to managing the inevitable growing pains we all experience in the federal contracting community.
Join us for a conversation with a panel of experts who specialize in government contract financing. From private equity to senior debt, we’ll cover the entire capital structure and get down to what matters most when choosing a financial partner.
Creating Value for Growing Government Contractors
Every business owner dreams of building a Company so that they may reap the rewards sometime in the future. However for many entrepreneurs, these dreams never materialize, falling short of building value within their organization, Do you understand the true value drivers that make a difference in creating value inside of your business? How does one create value that is sustainable and where do most companies fall short?
Join our panelists as they explore:
Our Panelists include:
Scott Ulvi, Founder and Former CEO/President of Triumph Enterprises – Scott successfully grew his Company organically and through acquisition before successfully transitioning to a 100% ESOP in 2017.
Lynne Gummo, CPA, LHG Advisory – Lynne is a seasoned Financial Expert/CFO with over 30 years of experience in working with business owners in value creation, Compliance, Accounting and Finance , including M&A and ESOP
Libba Keith, G Squared Capital Partners – Libba provides valuation and transaction advisory services for middle market government contractors
On September 29, 2020, the DoD issued an updated interim rule within its recent CMMC program. The updated rule announces the DoD Assessment Methodology (Assessment Methodology), an interim requirement for contractors before undergoing a full CMMC review.
The interim rule is designed as a two-phased approach to assess and verify the ability of contractors to protect controlled unclassified information (CUI) on their internal systems. Under this new guidance, the two phases of compliance are: (1) gap assessment using the NIST 800-171 DoD Assessment Methodology, and (2) formal CMMC certification.
Learn from industry experts from SC&H on what’s next, and what that means for your business.
In order to be eligible to participate in virtual matchmaking sessions, please register for matchmaking via the red button on this page. Once you have created a matchmaking profile, you will be notified of your matchmaking sessions no later than Monday, October 5, 2020.
Gateway to Small Business Opportunities at NASA – govmates
In a post-COVID world, how do you develop business with the Federal Government? Join a team of experts from Wolf Den Associates along with government representatives to learn how to maintain relationships and your pipeline during these unprecedented times.
Replay Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoqWU_euFuc
In a post-COVID world, we’ve learned securing the supply chain is more critical than ever. CMMC is here to stay, so join us for a panel of experts to discuss the new normal.
Replay Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krqVjn-XFMM&feature=youtu.be
We spend thousands of dollars and countless hours on B&P – but do you really know how the government customer will choose to buy from you? Let’s take a look behind the curtain and hear from former and current government acquisition officials as they discuss the evaluation process from the government customer point of view. Learn how the government views compliance, strengths and weaknesses, risk and other factors that make up an evaluation. We’ll also include a forensic analysis of actual “competitive one-bids” to improve future acquisitions.
Proposal Pricing for SCA
On-Boarding Incumbent Staff
Surviving a DoL Audit
There is strength in numbers and our pack is strong! Join govmates and Wolf Den Associates for the govmates Institute for a half-day educational opportunity dedicated to helping you win more work.
In GovCon, we need to run with the strongest of the pack to reap the benefit of the hunt.
ASSESS the opportunity
CAPTURE the proposal
BID to WIN
Assess, Capture & Win: Practical Win Lessons from The Pack will help you focus your skills to increase customer engagement, win strategy, competitive analysis, teaming, solution development and proposal writing. Also, you’ll be able to network with fellow government contractors.
Growth: It’s Not Personal, It’s Just Business
Teaming: Keep your Friends Close, and your Enemies Closer
Exit Strategy & Profit Maximization: I’m Gonna Make Him an Offer He Can’t Refuse
Purgatory: That Awful Time Between Proposal Submission and Award
30 to 60 Day Transition / Contract Award & Ramp-Up
Now That You’ve Won – How Do You Pay for It?
Capture & Business Development for FY2019
Join us for matchmaking with large primes and integrators who are looking to team with SDVOSBs. Meet General Dynamics, Booz Allen, Accenture Federal, ECS Federal and more.
The Difference: The VETS agenda is crafted by Veterans already doing business with the Federal government—Veteran Entrepreneurs who have walked in your shoes.
VETS 19 will bring together Federal agencies, Prime contractors, and Veterans to discuss how to take full advantage of the Federally mandated contracting opportunities set aside specifically for Veteran-owned small businesses.
Do you run a Veteran-owned or service-disabled Veteran-owned small business (VOSB/SDVOSB) and want to work with the government? Or do you want to team with a Veteran-owned company but aren’t sure how? Are you ready to take your business to the next level?
The National Veteran Small Business Coalitions has created VETS to help you accomplish your small business goals. The conference will provide you with the information you need to navigate the Federal acquisition process – from the government perspective as well as from successful veteran small business owners.
VETS connects thriving Veteran business owners with emerging Veteran entrepreneurs to expose the knowledge needed to acquire government contracts and teaming opportunities. While attending, also expect to network with government agencies, large companies, and potential clients and customers.
Veterans who have attained success are one of the best resources to help other Veterans follow suit. Register Now and see your small business succeed!
Join us at the 2019 AFCEA Homeland Security Conference in Washington, DC for matchmaking with DHS procurement reps and industry primes.