How to Do Business With NASA: Featuring Agency Research Centers
Featuring representatives from Ames Research Center, Armstrong Flight Research Center, Glenn Research Center, Langley Research Center
The NASA Office of Small Business Programs offers a series of webinars with in-depth training relevant to small businesses. These webinars will provide the opportunity to ask questions directly to key points of contact at the Agency. In addition, our podcast series explores a wide range of topics from NASA and other agencies to determine how they see the small business program and what small businesses can do to support them. Webinars are hosted by the Office of Small Business Programs at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC.
If you have any topics that you’d like to see discussed through either our webinar or podcast series, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to your participation in—and a chance to provide insight into—our program!
To minimize technology issues, we recommend that you download the Webex application to your computer or the device you will watch the webinar on. You will also receive the best audio clarity by listening through your computer or device speakers.
**Some topics and speakers are subject to change due to scheduling and availability.
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.
Location: Virtual (Webex Event)
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Norcal APEX Accelerator/PTAC
Northern California APEX Accelerator (formerly Norcal PTAC) is a government-funded nonprofit formed to help small businesses find, bid on, and win contracts with federal, state, local, and tribal agencies.