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Break the code of Federal Contracting by attending The Veteran Entrepreneur Training Symposium (VETS) held in Reno, Nevada, June 27-30, 2011.

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? The National Veteran Small Business Coalition has created the Veteran Entrepreneur Training Symposium (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 the commercial side. General Sessions and breakouts will include a variety of subjects, such as:

  • Learn how to take advantage of Mentor-Protégé Programs
  • Learn about the VA CVE and VA verification process from those who have gone through it
  • Learn when and when not to protest agency decisions
  • Learn how to market to Federal agencies and prime contractors from successful SDVOSBs
  • Learn the opportunities in the Intel world
  • Learn of the opportunities with the USMC and other buildup in Guam
  • Learn how to prepare and survive a DCAA audit
  • Special sessions for women-owned SDVOSBs and VOSBs
  • Network with SDVOSBs and VOSBs in your area and your industry
  • Participate in matchmaking with potential clients of your choice
  • Learn the how to get a GSA Schedule and how to make use of it
  • Subcontracting your way to viable Past Performance
  • Dissecting an RFP from Section A to M.
  • Using the agency OSDBU for assistance

Unlike other small business conferences, 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!

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Scott Denniston,of the NVSBC and the former Director of The US Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Small Business Programs/Center for Veterans Enterprise, and David Fattahian,CEO of AetherQuest Solutions, invite you to join them and unlock the secrets of Federal Contracting.