DATE: Tuesday, July 25, 2023
TIME: 10:00am - 1:00pm ET
The MMAC is a centralized support facility for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) providing Civil Aviation Certification, Standards, Logistics, Enterprise Services (including Multi-Media, Financial, and IT.), Engineering, Aerospace Medical, Human Factors Research, Training, and Facility Management.
This event is being hosted on July 25, 2023 by the FAA Small Business Program Office and is open to American Small Business concerns registered in the U.S. Federal Contractor Registration System (SAM). There is no cost to attend this event. However, matchmaking sessions are not guaranteed.
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, July 21, 2023.
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.
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10:00am - 1:00pm ET
1:1 Virtual Matchmaking Sessions
15-minute increments via Microsoft TEAMs
10:00am - 12:00pm ET
General Networking Room
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. 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.
Virtual Meeting Etiquette
- Minimum bandwidth – for the best virtual meeting experience, we recommend having access to internet speed of at least 1.2 mbps.
- Eliminate all distractions – no driving, multi-tasking (yes, close your email and other browser windows) and other noises in the background.
- Use headphones – audio tends to be clearer when using ear phones plugged into your device.
- Lighting – more light is better. Having light nearby can help the other video participant to see you more clearly.
- Get dressed – do we really have to say this? Pants aren’t optional.
- No eating during the meeting – again, do we have to say this? We can all afford to live off our quarantine-15 weight to stave off hunger for our short virtual sessions.
- Be prepared – just because it’s virtual doesn’t mean you don’t have to prepare. Know your audience, prepare your elevator pitch, and take notes.
- Research – Conduct research on the prime/agency prior to the meeting. Identify past, present and future contract opportunities to discuss and explain how you can add value.
- Update your Capability Statement – Bring a current capability statement and preferably customize it to show how you can help achieve the mission of the prime/agency.
- Differentiate Yourself – In conversation, differentiate yourself from your competitors. Lead with your skills/expertise rather than your socio-economic status.
- Ask Questions – Understand how you can help them solve their problems.
- Identify Next Steps – Establish next steps and a plan for following up after the meeting.