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How to get on NGA's Active Small Business Vendor List
Send the following information to SmallBusiness@nga.mil with the subject: New Interested Vendor
- Vendor name and address
- Business type (e.g. small woman owned)
- NAICS Code(s) with title description
- CAGE Code
- Highest clearance level (Please specify facility clearance or Personnel Clearance) Point of contact with telephone number E-mail and business website address GSA # DUNS number
- Demo's (Do you have a readily available on-site demo in support of NGA's mission)
Please do not attach brochures, capabilities, or slides, etc. to your email. If this information is available on your website, the SBPO will review to ensure maximum exposure.
The Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) uses the Vendor's List extensively when performing market surveys and researching businesses in specific socio-economic categories. In addition, we inform small businesses of upcoming activities at NGA and other organizations, notify small businesses of upcoming acquisitions that match their NAICS codes, and provide an accurate list of sources for COs and PMs.
Small Business Presentations
- Presentation by Rob Holder, EDS -"Leadership in Small Business Triumphs, Challenges & Tribulations"
- Presentation by Marc Luoma, Westway Development - "Small Business Solutions for National Security Challenges"
- Presentation by Alex Waugh, Analytic Strategies, LLC - Veteran Opportunities
- Presentation by Dean Koppel - NDA Small Business Job Act Update 2013
- Presentation by Jeffrey Milnes, Middleburg Bank- Small Business Financing
MPP Program Presentations
NGA Mentor Protégé Program
CLICK HERE to access the Mentor Protege Program (MPP) webpage. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the Mentor-Protege Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More small business opportunities:
- Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program
- Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA)
*Represents preliminary results awaiting contract validation.
OSBP Strategy as follows:
- Maintain a robust Small Business Programs Office (SBPO)
- Continue involvement with new acquisitions
- Partner with large businesses to provide subcontracting and Mentor- Prot‚g‚ opportunities
- Aggressive outreach efforts to reach more small businesses
- Increase the number of Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) contract awards
- Utilize our Small Business Specialists' involvement
- Collaborate with the workforce to bring awareness about small businesses
- Increase contracting opportunities for small businesses
- Stay actively involved and promote the inclusion of small businesses, especially HUBZone, SDVOSB, VOSB, and WOSB
- Actively communicating with Small Businesses to better understand their support needs.
- Contract Financing and Interim and Final Vouchers, see enclosure 5, page 40.
- DCAA Small Business Focal Point: http://www.dcaa.mil/audit_process_overview.html