Doing Business with NASA
Did you know NASA has 3 offices in California? These centers purchase almost everything – from research and development, aircraft parts, construction, IT, and satellites.
Join us to discover the opportunities and requirements of doing business with the NASA.
You will be meeting Christine Munroe, the Small Business Specialist for the Small Business Offices at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California and NASA Ames Research Center, Silicon Valley, CA. She meets with small and large companies and universities as a source of information for firms seeking procurement opportunities at Armstrong and Ames. Through the Small Business Office, companies can explore contracting opportunities, find acquisition forecasts, grants, cooperative agreements solicitations and other resources for businesses large and small.
We’ll help you determine if selling to the NASA is right for you, and teach you the basics of how to get started and how to be successful.
Webinar Topics Include:
- Finding simplified acquisition requirements at the NASA Shared Service Center
- IT requirements at the NASA ITPO Office
- Registering for the NASA Vendor database
- Utilizing the NASA mobile app
This No-Cost Training Event is Hosted by
Norcal APEX Accelerator
Northern California APEX Accelerator is a government-funded nonprofit formed to help small businesses find, bid on, and win contracts with federal, state, local, and tribal agencies.
Location: Virtual (Zoom Webinar)
Event Contact: Norcal APEX Accelerator
P: (707) 267-7561
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This No-Cost Training Event is Co-Hosted by
NASA’s Office of Small Business Programs primary mission since its inception has been to increase the representation of small businesses in NASA’s contracting efforts. Our efforts encompass all federally recognized socio-economic small business categories and we work hard to make sure each type of business gets a fair chance to work with NASA.
Small Businesses are the backbone of the American economy and play a very critical role in propelling our nation forward into a new space age. Small Businesses not only support science and technology tasks across a wide range of disciplines, but many also provide critical program management functions that keep our projects within budget and on schedule.