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Event Detail

VISN 5 Wheelchair and Mobility Aid Repairs Virtual Event

Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN 5) Wheelchair and Mobility Aid Repairs - Draft Statement of Work Industry Feedback

When: Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Time: 1:00pm

Click the link file to view the Draft Statement of Work. Participants are requested to also review the questions in the document below titled \"Industry Day Questions\" as doing so will help faciliate the dialouge between the VA Program Office and participants.

Please provide your top two (2) questions after reviewing the Draft Statement of Work and the questions outlined in the document mentioned above. During the virtual event, participants will have the ability to ask additional questions. Providing your top two questions in advance helps the the Program Office/VISN 5 team prepare by identifying the prevailing \"theme\" of questions. Please email the earlier mentioned two (2) questions by Thursday, February 18, 2021 to Annotate the subject line of your email as follows: Questions for Feb 18 VISN 5 Wheelchair and Mobility Aid Repairs Virtual Event.

Statment of work

industry day questions


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