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History

The National Veteran Small Business Coalition (NVSBC) came about as the result of a meeting held between several service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOSB) owners following the last VA-sponsored veteran small business conference in Las Vegas in 2009.

Background

For over 20 years various veteran small business groups have achieved success in advocating for veterans to be seen as a viable force in the Federal government’s acquisition landscape.

Why NVSBC is Necessary?

Ensure that veteran small businesses are given first consideration for federal prime and subcontract procurement opportunities. These owners continue to serve their country, putting the security of the United States above all else.

Membership Benefits

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Mission

Transition Veterans into Business Owners servicing the Federal Government.

Vision

Ensure that Veteran businesses are given first consideration for federal prime and subcontracting procurement opportunities because these owners continue to serve their country, putting the security of the United States above all else.

Advocacy

Our Slogan: “One Cause, One Voice”
Our Motto: “Vets Helping Vets”

It is common knowledge that Veteran entrepreneurs, in order to be successful in the Federal marketplace…

Are you looking for help finding contracting or subcontracting opportunities?

govmates-logo-smallAre you looking for an introduction to large prime contractors seeking small businesses to fulfill small business goals?  Although the use of  is free, the NVSBC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with  to offer our members exclusive access to NVSBC member ONLY matchmaking and targeted networking Open House sessions with large prime contractors that wants to meet qualified small business teaming partners.” For more information please follow: http://govmates.com.

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The NVSBC has kicked off a new program that develops a trusting relationship between an experienced business owner (Advisor) and an aspiring business owner (Seeker). The benefits of matching an Advisor with a Seeker include:

  1. fosters one-on-one education about federal government contracting;
  2. allows seeker to garner the immediate experience of a seasoned professional;
  3. expands the number of business contacts and networking opportunities; and
  4. allows the Advisor to ‘give back’ to both the NVSBC community and the Seeker.
Member Highlights
CELEBRATING THE GROWTH AND ACCOMPLISHMENT OF OUR MEMBERS IN 2015!
NVSBC IS PLEASED TO SHARE THE FOLLOWING NEWS:
In The Spotlight

Federal Agencies Strategic Plans for Implementing Executive Order 13360

lettersProviding Opportunities for Service Disabled Veteran Businesses to Increase Their Federal Contracting and Subcontracting, Section 1 says “Heads of agencies shall provide opportunity for service disabled veteran businesses to significantly increase the Federal contracting and subcontracting of such businesses.”

Section 2 of that same publication states the duties of agency heads as follows:

  1. Develop a Strategy to implement the policy
  2. Make agency’s strategy publicly available and report annually to the Administrator of the Small Business Administration.
  3. Designate a senior level official who shall be responsible for developing and implementing the agency strategy.

The NVSBC reached out to all the federal agencies requesting copies of their Strategic Plans on September 14 , 2014.  Copies of these plans are presented below.

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Want to increase sales of products or services?

nvsbc-partners-logoWant to support the veteran community ~ those who helped keep Americans safe and defend our freedom?  Complete the attached form and hit submit.  We will consider your value proposition to our members and get back to you with our decision to include you in our Partner’s section, notifying our members that your services are available and being offered at a discount to them as NVSBC members.

Getting the Service Connected Disability

va-disabilityVeterans can hire an attorney to act as the veteran’s representative, and several veteran service organizations (VSOs) exist that can provide the veteran with a representative to assist in filing a veterans’ disability claim.  You can find a VSO on the VA’s website

Learn more about the Requirements to be an SDVOSB VA’s website