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WVOSBI and the Office of Construction and Facilities Management (CFM) virtual engagement to help improve economic opportunities for Women Veteran-Owned & Women-Owned Small Businesses



Date: January 19 - 20, 2022

Time: 1:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. ET

Virtual Format

 



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2-Day Virtual Event 

This is an invitation for Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs) and Women Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (WVOSBs), as well as Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) and Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) to participate in a 2-Day Virtual Industry Day Event on 19 January 2022 – 20 January 2022 from 1:00pm - 6:30pm EST.

This CFM and OSDBU hosted virtual engagement is for Women entrepreneurs interested in doing business with the VA and prime contractors in the construction arena. Participation will allow WOSB and WVOSB to ask critical questions and give them opportunities to network with other WOSB, WVOSB, and SDVOSB, as well as Large Companies. All SDVOSB, VOSB and large businesses are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more details see the event agenda below. 

Three-part registration instructions:

This information is necessary for CFM and OSDBU to create future events and address critical industry questions.

1. Please answer all demographics information requested on the Request for Information (RFI) no later than 5 January, 2022 at 4:30pm EST at the following link:

https://sam.gov/opp/0111dbd1fdf4445fa06226454f4414c0/view

2. Please register for the WVOSB Virtual Event by clicking on the:

Register button on the top right of the page

3. Once registered, OSDBU will provide you with access links to all the sessions and breakout rooms via email. 

Note: Please remember to also check your spam folder for your registration confirmation email

 

Event Agenda:


 

DAY 1 - JANUARY 19, 2022


Day 1 - Agenda

Title / Speaker

Opening and Rules of Engagement

Dir, OSDBU/ WVOSBI

Call to Occasion 

CFM Exec

Introduction

CFM Exec

Welcome Remarks

Sr Leader


Strategic Vision CFM

Sr Leader

Mission of CFM - WVOSBI Collaboration

CFM Exec

CFM Opportunities 

CFM Exec

Overview of VA OSDBU and VOSB/SDVOSB goal success

VA OSDBU

Large Prime Vendor Panel Discussion

Panel w/Q&A

Day 1 Closing Remarks

CFM Exec 

Speed Coaching Roundtables ROEs (Rules of engagement)

OSDBU/ WVOSBI

Speed coaching Roundtables

All

Open networking w/ Q&A

All



 

DAY 2 - JANUARY 20, 2022


Day 2 - Agenda

Agenda

Welcome and ROEs

OSDBU/ WVOSBI

Day 1 Recap

CFM Exec

Bonding Presentation

SBA Office of Surety Guarantees

Mentor -Protégé / JV Programs

MSBA Mentor Protégé Program Mgr

Subcontracting

VA OSDBU

WVOSB/ WOSB Success 

Panel w/Q&A

Roundtable Topics / ROEs

OSDBU/ WVOSBI

Strategic Conversation Roundtables (roundtable/breakouts)

Facilitators / Program Managers

  • Barrier and Burden Reduction

All

  • Stakeholder & Community Engagement

All

  • Procurement and Contracting

All

Speed Coaching Roundtables

OSDBU/ WVOSBI

Closing Remarks and Next Steps

CFM Exec

Open networking w/ Q&A

All




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