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  • 1. Hosted  by:    North  Carolina  Military  Business  Center,     Women  in  Defense  (WID)  Palme;o  Chapter     and  the  North  Carolina  Defense  Business  Associa@on      
  • 2. Schedule  of  Events   •  1330  –  Welcome  and  Introduc@on       •  1345  –  Presenta@on  by  SPAWAR   •  Robin  Rourk,  Deputy  for  Small  Business     •  Timmy  Wiand,  Deputy  for  Small  Business       •  1400  –  Purpose  and  conduct  of  speed  networking  with  SPAWAR   Contractors   •  Jennifer  Osment,  President  WID  Palme;o  Chapter   •  Don  Pearsall,  VP  Corporate  Business  Development,  CACI     •  1410  –  Speed  Networking  (All  American  Room)     •  1730  –  Closing  Remarks  
  • 3. SPAWAR  Small  Business  Outreach   Event   •  The  SPAWAR  Deputy  Director  for  Small  Business  will  outline  the  opportuni@es  available  to   small  businesses  as  SPAWAR  prime  contractors.    The  event  will  also  include  speed   networking  with  mul@ple  SPAWAR  prime  contractors,  during  which  North  Carolina   businesses  will  brief  these  primes  on  their  business  capabili@es  and  their  poten@al  to   augment  teams  bidding  future  SPAWAR  contracts     •  Who  should  a0end?    North  Carolina  businesses  offering  services  within  the  following  areas   should  par@cipate:   •  Informa@on  Assurance  Professionals   •  SoVware  Engineers   •  Hardware  Systems  Integrators   •  Electrical  and  Mechanical  Engineers   •  Program  Management  Skills/experience   •  ERP  Experience   •  Lean  Six  Sigma  Experience   •  Network  Engineers   •  Technical  Writers   •  Security  Clearances   •  Mobility,  can  you  relocate?   •  Shipboard  installers   •  Some  fabrica@on  capability  requirements    
  • 4. 4 Doing Business with SPAWAR Atlantic - Resources ▼  E-commerce: §  “Read Me First” on the left side of the main menu requires you to subscribe if you wish to be notified when there is a business opportunity under your NAICS §  Solicitations, Market Surveys, Special Notices §  Bidders’ List allows you to subscribe to opportunities of interest ▼  SPAWAR’s Corporate Website §  Organization & Mission §  Active Contracts List §  Long Range Acquisition Forecast (To Be Updated Nov 2013) Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (18 March 2014).
  • 5. 5 Small Business Subcontracting Opportunities ▼ SSC Atlantic Active Contract List (Includes Prime Awards) ( ) §  Contract # §  Name of Contractor §  Description of Work §  Final Expiration Date §  Dollar Amount ▼ Small Business Subcontracting Goals: §  Small Business 36.7% §  HubZone and Service Disabled Veteran-Owed Business - 3.0% §  Small Disadvantaged Business and Women-Owned Business – 5.0% Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (18 March 2014).
  • 6. 6 OSBP Outreach Initiatives ▼  Small Business and Industry Outreach Initiative (SBIOI) §  Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA): 17 April 2014 ( in Charleston SC §  Gulf Coast Association of General Contractors (GCGCA): 12 June 2014 in New Orleans, LA ( §  Tidewater Association of Service Contractors (TASC): 21 May 2014 − ▼ One-on-One Meetings Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (18 March 2014).
  • 7. 7 Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) Contact Info ▼ Robin Rourk, Deputy Director, OSBP §  Phone: (843) 218-5115 §  Email: ▼ Timothy Wiand, Associate Deputy Director, OSBP §  Phone: (843) 218-5167 §  Email: ▼ Ida Lirette, Associate Deputy Director, OSBP §  Phone: (504) 697-5599 §  Email: Statement A: Approved for Public Release. Distribution is unlimited (18 March 2014).
  • 8. Palmetto Chapter Women In Defense
  • 9. Quick Facts •  WID is a national organization and an affiliate of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) •  Palmetto Chapter founded in 2009 •  200 Active Members •  PC Region: South Carolina and Eastern North Carolina •  Non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
  • 10. Mission •  To cultivate and support the advancement and recognition of women in all aspects of national security. •  To provide women a formal environment for professional growth through networking, education and career development. •  To encourage partnerships between the local contractor community and the Government
  • 11. Monthly Luncheons & Guest Speakers •  SPAWAR Atlantic Small Business Office, Joint Base Charleston Small Business Office, US Small Business Administration •  Commander Brian LeFabvre, USCG •  Chris Miller, former Executive Director, SPAWAR Atlantic •  Joanne Fogg, Asst Port Director, US Customs & Border Patrol •  Senator Tim Scott •  Cheryl Hoskins, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) •  Clemson University Restoration Institute (Wind Turbine Drivetrain Testing Facility) •  Bryan Derreberry, President, Charleston Chamber of Commerce
  • 12. Key Initiatives •  SpeedNet •  WID/Citadel STEM Scholarship & Mentoring •  Military Woman of the Year •  Charitable support of the Charleston Harbour House
  • 13. •  Small/Large Business and Government Networking •  Twice a year in conjunction with the Charleston Defense Contractor Association’s Small Business and Industry Outreach Initiative (SBIOI) symposia (January and July) •  Approx 15 Government and Large Business representatives, approx 50-70 Small Businesses •  Individual SpeedNet •  Once a year at a Monthly Luncheon or special Networking Event •  Individual Industry and Government representatives SpeedNet
  • 14. •  Established in 2013, Endowment goal of $50,000/5 years •  Awarded to Female Members of The Citadel Corps of Cadets •  STEM Focused: Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Science and Education •  WID/Citadel Student Chapter and Mentoring Program WID/Citadel Scholarship & Mentoring
  • 15. Military Woman of the Year •  WID-PC Signature Event Promotes and Recognizes Women in Leadership Roles 2012 Chief Gunners Mate (SW/AW) Stephanie Green 2013 Seaman (E3) Paige Hensel
  • 16. •  Established in 2013, the Charleston Harbour House will provide a comfortable refuge for families and patients of the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center. •  Will serve veterans in 22 coastal counties from Myrtle Beach, SC to Savannah, GA • Charitable Organization – Charleston Harbour House
  • 17. •  To provide a structured forum for cooperation and collaboration between the Palmetto Chapter of Women in Defense (WID), the South Carolina Low Country Chapter of the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association (AFCEA), and the Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA). Charleston Collaboration Coalition (C3) •  Improve Communication •  Increase Program Capacity •  Strengthen Ability for Advocacy •  Avoid Duplication of Efforts •  Increase Potential for Success
  • 18. •  WID 2nd Annual Oyster Roast Fundraiser benefiting the Charleston Harbour House – 27 March 2014 •  Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition with SPAWAR Atlantic – 12-13 April 2014 •  AFCEA Lowcountry Membership Dinner – 15 April 2014 •  AFCEA Lowcountry Golf Tournament Scholarship Fundraiser – 16 April 2014 •  CDCA Quarterly SBIOI – 17 April 2014 •  WID Monthly Luncheon – 18 April 2014 Upcoming Industry Events
  • 19. Hosted  by:    North  Carolina  Military  Business  Center,     Women  in  Defense  (WID)  Palme;o  Chapter     and  the  North  Carolina  Defense  Business  Associa@on